Table inspector from 4W
bobs at twft.com
Tue Oct 14 14:09:44 CDT 2008
I wonder what the price would be that you would charge to contract the
work needed to document lib4WTable? If you could get enough of a
commitment from other Revolution developers, I would certainly be
willing to contribute just so we can have a working table model. But
if it is more a problem of time then of course, that wouldn't help
Calvary Chapel CM
On Oct 14, 2008, at 11:15 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> Josep M Yepes wrote:
>> Somebody know where can try this Inspector Palette that appear in the
>> jpg? Or many info about this?
>> I read this in the improve-revolution list some days ago...
>> "For example, a lot of my stuff lately requires display of data in
>> lists in which I need an iTunes-quality display, with resizable
>> columns that support sorting, etc.:
> Thank you for your interest, Josep.
> The library itself is functional and being used in a couple products,
> but the delay in making it available for others is that it has no
> documentation at this point.
> When I've asked here previously for those interested in the library to
> write me I got a few enthusiastic responses, but admittedly only a
> Given the amount of work my clients are asking of me (we're in the
> middle of major upgrades to most of the products I manage, with two
> products also in development), documenting lib4WTable has taken a
> back seat.
> I can try to coerce some time to put together even modest
> in the next week or so. No promises -- I get change orders coming in
> for our work from clients with enough frequency that it isn't possible
> to make firm commitments on things like this, but I'll see what I
> can do...
> Richard Gaskin
> Fourth World Media Corporation
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