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  • You can also set the tab's context caption ContextColor on the Ribbon's tab control(s) to red. It would be a small indicator but it would be something.
  • I will email it to you.
  • Will, I see you are a slight version behind (16.2.4 is current), but there is nothing in the current version that affects what you are seeing (it solely deals with the Favorites section). That being said, the Ribbon Manager events (which controls …
  • Will - I'll take a look at this and get back to you.
  • It is my habit to manually print the headers and footers, so that I have maximum control. I don't normally use the Header, Footer, and Control Set_Printer commands. I tried messing around with this, and my test routine kept crashing on a program c…
  • @Opto_Will - to log into the OI application "FRAMEWORKS", the username is "FRAMEWORKS" with no password. Once you are in the Frameworks application and you launch the frame, the login there is admin/admin (lowercase).
  • Hi Will, I tested this out myself and I'm getting the same odd result (with a 4.1.6 version). I also tested the "$#,##0.00" format in Excel and it doesn't seem to have the same trouble with the -5.00 value. Not quite sure what is going on, but I …
  • Will, You can find the version by launching Frameworks and going to File -> About. It will be under the header "SRP Frameworks Information." Alternatively, you can edit the the APP_INFO, ABOUT*FRAMEWORKS record. As far as release notes go, th…
  • SRP Button? ButtonType property has "Toggle" (for two options), and "TriState" (for three options)... if you're looking for more of an actual toggle control. I've also used the SRP Hyperlink control since it is both space-saving and users are alre…
  • If we do something like this... TextRect = Utility("TEXTRECT", "", Text :@FM: (0 + 1024 + 16) :@FM: 640 :@FM: Font) ... where 'Text' is the text you'd like to compute, and 'Font' is a normal @SVM delimited font description array, TextRect<1>…
  • If you know the font face and size beforehand (which you should if you are printing), you may want to look into Utility("TEXTRECT"). We wrote a wrapper around this that determines the printed font width for the given text string and where to word w…
  • Adam, I new release candidate of the SRPcontrols resolves the issue with the format tag. This will be version 4.1.2 RC5. Caption however, is not supported for DateFields. The workaround for this would be to use the Label control to put a text la…
  • Hi Adam, I test this out on my own sample ribbon control, and can confirm there seems to be some issues - both with the caption and format as you described. We'll look into this and report back.
  • Brian, From what I found out, the black line is also theme related - there is not a way to resolve that without re-writing controls. The issue you have with the Category in the Command Manager was previously identified and has already been resolve…
  • Brian, 1. I'll try to take a closer look at this one, but I can't get it to crash like you've stated. You might have a slightly older version of that routine. 2. The "disappearing" of the min/max/close buttons is a known issue. Without fully re…
  • From what I am seeing, that looks correct - my copy of the USERS table has all those fields available. You may have an outdated copy. Don passed along your email - I will send you an updated table.
  • To piggy-back on Don and Kevin's responses, here is an image of the sub-class prompt in action (the word "File" in the editline): This also shows another neat way to provide additional help/information. Kevin used a combination of the SRP pictur…
  • If you'd like to test your creativity, you can actually use the SRP Editttable control and "make" your own calendar. I've done this a couple of times, using it to display a day / month / week / agenda views. It takes some management, but it also p…
  • I ended up finding all copies of SRPUtil.ocx, deleting them, then re-copied and re-registered it. That seems to have resolved things.
  • I've checked a few more themes, and they all show the same sort of issue with wrong colors, odd blocks, and no change to the background - so I don't think it is just the Solarized Dark theme.
  • There also seems to be a Font issue. If a choose a font for a specific style, then hit "Apply" - the name of the font disappears.
  • Kevin is legend. I noticed the Export/Import option as well, which is great. I saved my current theme as "Original (backup)". I then tried to apply the Solarized Dark theme and this was the result:
  • Martin, Check the AllowDeletions property: https://wiki.srpcs.com/display/EditTableControl/AllowDeletions Also, you could capture the Del keystroke and use the DeleteRecords method: https://wiki.srpcs.com/display/EditTableControl/DeleteRecords
  • Adam, I believe Mark is correct. I've done similar to what you've both have done, and just colored the cells (or rows) appropriately, after all the data is done and set in place.
  • Mark, Speaking just for myself, I've used the OIPI to make charts, a 3rd party control, and Google Charts. Are you just asking out of general curiosity, or do you have a specific application of such a control in mind?
  • Don / Ed, I was going to say the same about CHAR or CHANGED. Also, you could do a user-defined CONV if that suited your needs more.
  • Be careful with this as well. If you rapid fire 100 emails out, some outside hosted mail services can flag you as being a spammer. In a case like this, I'd bundle up logic groups within the 100, add them as BCC recipients, and send out maybe just 4…