Monthly Archives: December 2009

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actually after creating the ssdtpicker, i already moved on working with the sstbnextgen class.  i finished the initial class with 7 themes after a few hours as i believe you knew now how fast i work when i feel doing a thing with of course no distraction.  on the same date i also started playing with the gui for the ssbutton which i also have in mind to complete the much needed makeup of a plain vfp exe.… Continue reading

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i have been silent these last few days inside the forum as my interest currently lies with providing interested users better tools.  and since i recently provided classes with different themes and since the responses with those are very positive; i decided to continue creating new classes that might help others who have problem with visual design.

but sometimes creating new classes doesn’t necessarily mean that it is entirely new as can be seen with what i am going… Continue reading

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this tutorial is for the current or future switchbox’ users.  still on the who’s who stage, you will not find any attachment here.  what you will find here is the way how to transform the switchbox into an optionswitch.  let us take a look first at a couple of images below:

“coincidentally”, the selection itself shows one difference of optionswitch as against optoingroup.  it  is more colorful.  in addition, it doesn’t have the ugly lines around the caption.… Continue reading

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i made the other day the sscal class and i thought to myself, who or what is keeping me from creating a datetime picker?  and the answer is no one and nothing.  and so you are seeing now the newly created ssdtpicker class.

brief introduction to some features:

1.  well of course, first and foremost would be, it is 100% native vfp.

2.  it comes with a variety of 5 colors again.  on normal stage (when calendar is not… Continue reading

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the other day, i started playing with one of my old programs to implement the switchbox class i recently created as i wanted to see how it will look in an actual application that is being utilized.  so i opened my ergox and started toying with the gui.  in the process though, it looks like that my old gui on the main form itself is not that satisfying anymore to me.  so i moved objects around ("really?  it… Continue reading