alex at harryscollar.com
Wed Aug 29 19:11:23 CDT 2007
Another spreadsheet application I looked at recently is a simple one
called "Tables" (http://www.x-tables.eu/), but decided to wait till
Apple's "Numbers" came out.
Personally I like tables views (rows/columns) because they are an
efficient way to view lots of information quickly and still find it
annoying Rev's built-in tables aren't very flexible.
Found Wingz at: http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/apps/financial/spreadsheet/
Readme for Wingz says it supports:
Linux, Windows95/98/NT, Solaris, AIX, SunOS, HPUX, IRIX, Mac
Seems to be available only as linux binary & unfortunately no source code :(
I am keen to check out "Wingz" & "Numbers" and their respective
approaches to working with financials. Unfortunately, I've still "out
bush" with my limited wireless broadband & Macbook (which only has mac &
windows). Didn't have time to add a linux partition :(
So I will try again when I get back to civilization (miss my nice warm
Never been a big expert on spreadsheet applications but my knowledge is
growing every day, thanks everyone.
Dale Pond wrote:
> Richard Gaskin wrote:
> One odd anomaly with Numbers, though: no macro/scripting language?
> Strange omission....
> I apologize to everyone about this off topic issue. WingZ and HyperCard
> were so VASTLY important to me and my research - still are - but I see
> the EOL fast approaching - unless someone can get WingZ 3.0 going on a
> Mac and I can convert over all my HC work. WingZ could be scripted
> almost as easily as HyperCard.
> I'd say the general user public was not interested in such flexibility
> and power. Programmers would be though. I located some links to the
> A good article on and about the program, etc.
> Download the WingZ program from here:
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