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    Re: Lost in the CSS-jungle of the cWebList

    Roel,



    You're still not saying what you are trying to do.. different styles yes, of course, but what change can't you make?

    First things first, you do not need to create your own version of...
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    Re: Lost in the CSS-jungle of the cWebList

    Roel,

    Read your post about 3 times, still don't know what you are trying to do... the only thing I understand from your story is that you cannot get CSS to style the webcolumn for you.

    Let's...
  3. Re: cSQLHandleManager - adding to an Array at GET SQLFETCH takes WAY too long

    Your screenshot is very hard to read... especially what you selected.. to highlight (darklight) the code..

    Array objects are slow.
    Set objects due to doing a search in DataFlex code before adding...
  4. Thread: Wrappers for 19.3

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    Re: Wrappers for 19.3

    Hi,


    Don't create those by hand... you're wasting your time.

    Ian has scripts for that. Maybe ping him off the forum, he might not have seen this post.

    --
    Wil
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    MS Office javascript API

    Hi,

    Yes, besides the normal COM API that most of you have played with there is now also a javascript API.
    ...
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    Re: Direct_Input Readln grabs the BOM

    Oliver,

    FYI, in case you missed it, the RC has been released and I think that means "no more changes to direct_input" before release.
    But NormalizeString is available.

    Enjoy!
    --
    Wil
  7. Re: Bitwise operators. DO NOT LIKE unsigned integers.

    FYI, reproduced on DF19.1

    No problem on DF2021 neither 32 bit or 64 bit.

    What is interesting though is that


    Move (2^31) To Bit31Set
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    Re: Win32 metadata project

    Anders,



    Was hoping that someone would play with it before me. :)

    Happy to hear that you want to share it, it is a really interesting project and it has the potential of helping a LOT of...
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    Re: Direct_Input Readln grabs the BOM

    Oliver,



    I know all that... might not have expressed myself well.
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    Wil
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    Re: Direct_Input Readln grabs the BOM

    Oliver,


    I hear you, it is why I wrote the little test app to make it easy to reproduce. Agree with you that the BOM should not be in the string.
    But.. there's also no way to detect if the input...
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    Re: Direct_Input Readln grabs the BOM

    Hi Oliver,

    Good to see you here. :)

    I have this test code:



    Use Windows.pkg
    Use cApplication.pkg
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    Re: Trapping TAB key on a cDbCjGrid

    Luca,

    Not sure.. I _did_ actually test the code and it worked fine for me.

    --
    Wil
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    Re: Trapping TAB key on a cDbCjGrid

    Luca,

    You can basically do the same thing, but it now works a little bit different.

    First solution for keyboard only tricks: Augment the next message, below is an example from the order entry...
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    Re: Border Style 19.0 vs. 19.1

    Frank,



    Yes, it should be windows styles to provide this kind of -one would think- standard windows functionality.
    Perhaps they had to work around some issues in the past and we are now seeing...
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    Re: Border Style 19.0 vs. 19.1

    Vincent,



    No problem, I actually expected the problem to be due to CJ as it does a lot of the painting. This initially was a test to make sure that it was codejock and it turned out to still...
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    Re: I need your help...

    A different error, one that includes a "Hey, why don't you use Edge instead" popup.
    Pffff...nasty...

    The link from your text goes to a setting for "Download from:" "Anywhere", "Anywhere, but let...
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    Re: Border Style 19.0 vs. 19.1

    While I am seemingly enjoying "playing this game".. the reality is that it is not really about winning anything.
    The goal is isolating the origin of the problem and why the border_style is behaving...
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    Re: Border Style 19.0 vs. 19.1

    For those who are reading along, the resizing grip code from Pieter van Dieren that Peter refers to is this:
    https://www.vdf-guidance.com/ContribPage.asp?Page=PKGCLSVIEWSIZEGR&ContribRecId=76
    ...
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    Re: Border Style 19.0 vs. 19.1

    Samuel,



    The difference between the manifest in 19.0 and 19.1 is one line at the top:


    <?xml version="1.0"?>
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    Re: Border Style 19.0 vs. 19.1

    Michael,



    Also easy to verify as Codejock only works if your application loads its binaries into the same memory space.

    14266

    Here's a screen snippet from Sysinternal's Process Explorer...
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    Re: Border Style 19.0 vs. 19.1

    Vincent,

    Well.. that is easy enough to test by not using any codejock isn't it?

    Let's have a look at this advanced program:


    Use VDFBase.pkg
    Use Dfpanel.pkg
    Use DfDafMac.pkg
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    Re: Win32 metadata project

    This post appears to be helpful:
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/54375771/how-to-read-a-winmd-winrt-metadata-file

    --
    Wil
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    Re: Win32 metadata project

    Samuel,

    Once you have the logic and the metadata, there's a number of ways you can implement this.

    For example generate all wrappers and only include in your project what you need.

    Or.....
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    Re: Win32 metadata project

    Samuel,

    Not a dummy question at all.

    That's exactly what it would mean.
    Instead of having to wonder if DAW or somebody else wrote a wrapper for any the standard Win32 functionality offered by...
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    Re: Win32 metadata project

    Nice!

    I had looked a little bit at the project before -without loading it into VS- and poked around the repo for a bit, but didn't see the winmd file at first, was wondering where they hid the...
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