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Postby reynoldlariza » Mon Aug 30, 2004 4:55 am

Quote: from HPW on 7:37 am on Aug. 30, 2004
Your download-link has a typo:

http://www.geocities.com/reynolds_maily ... ions21.zip

This works for me:

http://www.geocities.com/reynolds_maily ... ions21.zip



geeze! i didn't know someone's here! okay HPW the typo is fixed! I received youre email while I was editing the web page(LOL). Anyway, I was now thinking if it worth giving a good-refined page for rlfunctions... what you think?
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Postby HPW » Mon Aug 30, 2004 5:51 am

>I received youre email while I was editing the web page(LOL).

You mean the email notification of the replie?

>Anyway, I was now thinking if it worth giving a good-refined page for rlfunctions... what you think?

Do you mean a description on your web-page?
I think beside the good work on the plugin you made a very nice help-doc. So interested neobooker can have a deeper look there. At least it is always a matter of resources/time.

Keep on!

;-)


(Edited by HPW at 2:51 pm on Aug. 30, 2004)
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Postby reynoldlariza » Wed Sep 15, 2004 6:07 am

Updates!! Version 2.2a has been released!

- revised the online help documentation and added GUI wizards.

I hope you everybody will like my masterpiece! :-)
This is my first ever publicly realeased piece of software.

If you like it don't forget to send me postcard :-) okay?
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Postby HPW » Wed Sep 15, 2004 6:53 am

Your first site exceeds the transfer-limits.
And your second site show's still 2.0.
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Postby HPW » Wed Sep 15, 2004 8:51 am

Tried it now from home and it works.
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Postby shx » Wed Sep 15, 2004 9:31 am

Hi,

I'm starting to look at your very interesting plug-in.

First of all thanks. Also thanks for the well contructed help file.

Question about "rlWriteVarName"

 do you have plans of making it be able to write variables based upon a mask or wild card.

Also, if you give the ability to do the above, whould it be able to be put directly in a array rather then a file.

Also, I am starting to look at the window functions which look interesting. I'm looking for a method to identify all minimized windows.

Thanks
MH
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Postby shx » Wed Sep 15, 2004 10:22 am

I see how to get the minimized windows list.

Thanks for a good and needed plug-in.

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Postby jokerxxx » Wed Sep 15, 2004 3:09 pm

Hi...

I just download your Plug in, In the end of install procces hungs when trys to register some fonts.
When i insert the plugin in neobook and select a command, inside the "" gives strange symbols.
Corrupted file from downloading or something else...???
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Postby reynoldlariza » Thu Sep 16, 2004 6:13 am

sorry about the site ;-)

okay i'll fix it, and i'll some mirror when i got home.

Thanks!
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Postby reynoldlariza » Sat Sep 18, 2004 5:00 am

Quote: from jokerxxx on 6:09 pm on Sep. 15, 2004
Hi...

I just download your Plug in, In the end of install procces hungs when trys to register some fonts.
When i insert the plugin in neobook and select a command, inside the "" gives strange symbols.
Corrupted file from downloading or something else...???


Hmmn...
That's odd? you're the only seem to tell me about this.
- What version of Windows are you using? I developed the installation package using Setup Factory 6.0 under Windows 98 SE, this I assumes that earlier(win95) and latest windows os (up to XP) won't have any problem installing.
- Are there any programs running while you're installing the plug-in?
- If you can, could you please give me a screen shot of it?

If anybody had this same problem can you please tell me?
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Postby reynoldlariza » Sat Sep 18, 2004 5:18 am

Quote: from shx on 12:31 pm on Sep. 15, 2004
Hi,

I'm starting to look at your very interesting plug-in.

First of all thanks. Also thanks for the well contructed help file.

Question about "rlWriteVarName"

 do you have plans of making it be able to write variables based upon a mask or wild card.

Also, if you give the ability to do the above, whould it be able to be put directly in a array rather then a file.

Also, I am starting to look at the window functions which look interesting. I'm looking for a method to identify all minimized windows.

Thanks
MH




Hi shx


about masked variables? that's a nice suggestion :-)
I'll seek for it for sure, i'd added it no my TODO list.

putting them on array?
not sure, the real intention of rlWriteVarName is same with SaveVariables, but the difference is rlWriteVarName is to write only the variables you want against SaveVariables which save all variables on to a file.

I'm sorry i can't get your idea about storing it to an array, coz if you really wan to just copy the value of different variables into an array of variables, I think (if im right) you can just do that easily with neobook without the need of rlWriteVarName function.
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Postby shx » Sat Sep 18, 2004 7:48 pm

Hi,

What I trying to say that if I have a variable naming standard and I want to  initialize a list of variables based on a naming mask It would be nice if you could provide a mechanism to store all the variables that meet a name mask into an array and then I could have the control of initializing them or doing whatever I want to them.

Thanks
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Postby reynoldlariza » Sun Sep 19, 2004 4:37 am

Quote: from shx on 10:48 pm on Sep. 18, 2004
Hi,

What I trying to say that if I have a variable naming standard and I want to  initialize a list of variables based on a naming mask It would be nice if you could provide a mechanism to store all the variables that meet a name mask into an array and then I could have the control of initializing them or doing whatever I want to them.

Thanks
SH


ok :-) i get what you mean :-)

I'll see if it can be done.

By the way im working another group of functions:

Advanced Registry Functions  and some system info functions. Yet it won't be released until next week.
ok :-)  ta ta!
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Postby shx » Sun Sep 19, 2004 8:43 am

Thanks,

Looking forward to the registry/system functions.
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Postby reynoldlariza » Mon Sep 27, 2004 4:56 am

Updates!!!!

Version 2.3 is now released REALLY!.
- just added some registry functions.

- The link to the download link is now working fine.
My apology for the mess :-(


(Edited by reynoldlariza at 7:59 am on Sep. 28, 2004)
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