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Thread I'm digging the new ribbon interface
Wed, Jul 30 2008 1:22 PMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

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Uli


You're to late - I bought TMS about 18 months ago Smiley

Roy Lambert
Wed, Jul 30 2008 1:34 PMPermanent Link

David
The devexpress controls look nice, but I can't use them because they are in
German.


I'm kidding.  Smile 

DevExpress makes really good stuff but they are pricey.  I have the
QuantumGrid Suite, ExpressPrinting, and a few more things.  I'd like to pick
up their ExpressScheduler components but until they release them without
source they are just too expensive.

I'm currently paring down my components from the ones I don't upgrade to the
ones I do upgrade (TMS & DevExpress).



On 7/30/08 12:35 PM, in article
0D939E6C-5D35-4DAD-8029-F614A11AA855@news.elevatesoft.com, "Uli Becker"
<test@test.com> wrote:

> Roy,
>
>> Is it the TMS ribbon?
>
> If you consider to use the ribbon interface, have also a look on the
> devexpress controls:
>
> http://www.beckersoft.de/temp/ribbon.png
>
> Regards Uli
>
>

Wed, Jul 30 2008 1:38 PMPermanent Link

David
The license is good for a full version of upgrades.  So if someone purchases
a license at v3.9, the license will be good until v4.9.


On 7/30/08 2:57 AM, in article
1090771D-1C9B-441C-82D0-245F0C95B823@news.elevatesoft.com, "Roy Lambert"
<roy.lambert@skynet.co.uk> wrote:

> David
>
>
> Interesting - I thought it was meant to last 2 years....
>
> Roy Lambert
>

Wed, Jul 30 2008 1:56 PMPermanent Link

"Uli Becker"
> DevExpress makes really good stuff but they are pricey.

That's true. And sometimes a kind of "overkill".

Regards Uli

Wed, Jul 30 2008 1:57 PMPermanent Link

"Uli Becker"
Roy,

> You're to late - I bought TMS about 18 months ago Smiley

OK, enjoy. Smiley

Uli

Wed, Jul 30 2008 2:02 PMPermanent Link

"Uli Becker"
David,


> I'd like to pick
> up their ExpressScheduler components but until they release them without
> source they are just too expensive.

I am using the TMS planner. Easy to use, not expensive and really good.

http://www.tmssoftware.com/site/planner.asp

Regards Uli

Wed, Jul 30 2008 2:24 PMPermanent Link

David
I use TMS planner as well.  I think ExpressScheduler looks better, but I
can't justify dropping $300 for better looking components.

TMS has really been working on creating visually attractive components
lately with their new "Smooth" components, Glowbuttons, panels, and such so
maybe they will update their calendar components soon.



On 7/30/08 1:53 PM, in article
18064AFC-E3D9-4D31-87F9-37636E6A015F@news.elevatesoft.com, "Uli Becker"
<test@test.com> wrote:

> David,
>
>
>> I'd like to pick
>> up their ExpressScheduler components but until they release them without
>> source they are just too expensive.
>
> I am using the TMS planner. Easy to use, not expensive and really good.
>
> http://www.tmssoftware.com/site/planner.asp
>
> Regards Uli
>
>

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