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Thread New Example Project
Mon, Nov 18 2013 7:03 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

Tim,
<<
I've stated this before, but it may have been missed:  I can't do
anything else with the grids and other controls in terms of
customization, etc. until EWB 2.x.
>>

I missed that indeed. Thanks for the clarification.

<<
I'm not in a position to spend a lot of time writing something that will
need to be subsequently changed in a significant way in the very near
future.
>>

I understand that. So: what's your definition of "very near future"? Smiley

Regards Uli
Wed, Nov 20 2013 1:20 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Uli,

<< I understand that. So: what's your definition of "very near future"? Smiley
>>

Originally it was supposed to be by Thanksgiving, but our current web server
move has killed that schedule and I'm now looking at trying to get it done
by Christmas.  This web server move was supposed to happen in Jan/Feb, but
got moved up due to the current web server having trouble keeping up with
some of the EWB demo applications/downloads in terms of bandwidth.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Sat, Nov 30 2013 5:48 AMPermanent Link

Greentram Software Pty Ltd

In article <A9866FBC-F32A-45E0-B570-6246A3A3A77E@news.elevatesoft.com>, Tim
Young [Elevate Software] wrote:
> Just a quick link to show the latest example project coming with 1.03,
> running on our (soon to be) new web server with much better bandwidth.  It
> features the new TSlideShow control in  1.03 that allows for easy slide
> shows with animated transitions.  The transition (fade) and display options
> (random movement, zooming) are somewhat basic still, but look good.  It also
> features the TAudio control that allows for HTML5 audio support for playing
> media files.   There's also a TVideo control in 1.03.
>
> http://108.178.42.202:8080/slideshow/slideshow.html

Excellent choice of subject Smile

--
Tony Bryer, Greentram Software Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia
'Software to build on'  http://www.greentram.com



Sun, Dec 1 2013 5:35 AMPermanent Link

Leslie

Rim,

From your comments I understand that you are trying make the choices which saves you time on the long run. Most of the time I am trying to do the same. But sometimes deadlines has a say in it too. So I have to ask:
Is 1.03 still in the roadmap or is it becoming  part of  a larger milestone? What I am hoping for most is the command line compiler ...

Cheers,
Leslie
Sun, Dec 1 2013 5:37 AMPermanent Link

Leslie

Ouch, I did not mean  to hit the post just yet.
I meant TIM. Smile

Cheers,
Leslie
Mon, Dec 2 2013 5:32 AMPermanent Link

Christian Kaufmann

>I am not sure if such features are more important than a perfect grid e.g.

Same here. In my desktop apps I use VirtualTree, mainly as grid
everywhere.

So I would like to:
- show dynamic Images at cell start or whole cell for indicators
- more dynamic cell/font colors
- better row indicator

cu Christian
Mon, Dec 2 2013 3:20 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Leslie,

<< From your comments I understand that you are trying make the choices
which saves you time on the long run. Most of the time I am trying to do the
same. But sometimes deadlines has a say in it too. So I have to ask:
Is 1.03 still in the roadmap or is it becoming  part of  a larger milestone?
What I am hoping for most is the command line compiler ... >>

The command-line compiler is still in 1.03, whereas the newer controls are
not (they're waiting for 2.0).

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Thu, Dec 5 2013 5:34 AMPermanent Link

Godfrey

Ultimatesoft

Nice example.  Like the music.  what is it?

Looking forward to more visual flexibility with new styles in V2. I will be upgrading to V2.  
Hope to have it for my christmas present.
Thu, Dec 5 2013 1:31 PMPermanent Link

Douglas Lyman

Wow.  I guess no good deed goes unpunished.  Very nice Tim.
Fri, Dec 6 2013 12:11 PMPermanent Link

Leslie

"Tim Young [Elevate Software]" wrote:

Thanks for the clarification.


Leslie,

<< From your comments I understand that you are trying make the choices
which saves you time on the long run. Most of the time I am trying to do the
same. But sometimes deadlines has a say in it too. So I have to ask:
Is 1.03 still in the roadmap or is it becoming  part of  a larger milestone?
What I am hoping for most is the command line compiler ... >>

The command-line compiler is still in 1.03, whereas the newer controls are
not (they're waiting for 2.0).

Tim Young
Elevate Software


www.elevatesoft.com

Cheers,
Leslie
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