Paint Tool periodic crashes
jerry.daniels at me.com
Wed Oct 15 13:31:20 CDT 2008
I understand completely what it is you're saying. I could really write
a book about all the things you could do with GLX2 Tools. As it is,
we're doing our best to document them, make training video's and give
excellent online support.
We put together three videos that are meant to help with the education
process. One video explain how to activate the Free GLX2 tools (I
really couldn't live without these, btw). The other two videos show
how the GLX2 Script Editor and Visual Application Browser work. These
videos are not just screen flows, but have intro's, bullet lists of
Free Tools: http://glx2help.ning.com/video/video/show?id=2053167:Video:8150
Script Editor: http://glx2help.ning.com/video/video/show?id=2053167%3AVideo%3A8125
Visual App Browser: http://glx2help.ning.com/video/video/show?id=2053167%3AVideo%3A8092
Daniels & Mara, Inc.
Makers of GLX2
On Oct 15, 2008, at 12:47 PM, Bernard Devlin wrote:
> Jerry, GLX2's editor introduces so many novel features, I think it
> is hard
> for people to actually assimilate them. It's really an
> extraordinary tool.
> There's still a long way for the Rev 3 script editor to go before it
> match GLX2. So don't be too surprised if people assume that the
> are pedestrian rather than extraordinary. Some of us
> revolutionaries are
> actually very conservative. I know I am - I had a license for GLX2
> for 6
> months before I tried it, and when I did I was blown away.
> For anyone who's not tried it, I think it's well worth spending 30
> trying it out. Being able to zip around one's code using hyperlinks
> handlers is superb. I try to write many short handlers, so it gets
> unmanageable in the normal script editor - being able to fold them
> away in
> GLX2 is like the difference between downhill skiing and cross-country
> skiing. Not to mention clairvoyance. And click to find. All
> really good
> On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 11:56 AM, Jerry Daniels
> <jerry.daniels at me.com>wrote:
>> Whoa. The Code snapshots take snap shots of values in variables and
>> to do with pixels in any way.
>> Just go to the GLX2 website and search for "code snapshot" or "script
>> snapshot" and you get all the info on what they are.
>> Jerry Daniels
>> Daniels & Mara, Inc.
>> Makers of GLX2
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