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hasi001

Try this: WPI with program definition wizard

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There's bee a change request, to have a wizard for program definition, as we have for options.

Here is a beta of WPI with configuration wizard. Try it. Post bugs.

Version 3.1 (beta)

Any suggestions ?

[EDIT]

Some bugs with deletion fixed.

Minor layout changes.

Quick jump to program column for better navigation

[/EDIT]

wpi.zip

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Perhaps an var to disable the config button? :P

When I delete the last 3 apps and want to save...there's an error and wpi doesn't load the other progs....anythings wrong there...wpi deleted all progs :(

Something with a value of the prog is in the error message.

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i tried to delete in your example the first office entry and i gave me an js error when i tried to save.

i thought it was beacause of some dependencies but even after i deleted all 3 first office entries i received this error when i tried to save:

(my translation from italian)

prog.value is null or it's not an object

file: configwizard.js

line: 95

i then closed the program, when i reopened it there were 0 entries.

i like the form but the presence of every single variable, even the ones not so frequent make it looking a little heavy

bye

sonica

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Ok. It's definetly buggy. Will fix it soon.

i like the form but the presence of every single variable, even the ones not so frequent make it looking a little heavy

So which ones should I omit ?

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@hasi

what about a color picker? lol , instead of having to find the color value, for say

<u><font color="#FFAAAA">Execute</font></u>

u can implement 1? i use colorcop to find this, but it'd be quicker if it came with 1 :P

EDIT: wat about a drop down box for catagory? so we dont have 2 type "multimedia" or whatever every time? :P

sincerly your lazy wpi fan :P

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must be possible with javascript. post a link to w free working sample and I'll incorporate the color picker (if possible - there's always a few problems with HTA and popup windows)

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im not sure of a javascript colorpicker, but the program im refering to is freeware if u wanna try it (?) colorcop :)

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Ok. It's definetly buggy. Will fix it soon.
i like the form but the presence of every single variable, even the ones not so frequent make it looking a little heavy

So which ones should I omit ?

well, with new layout and with the navigation panel i think that no others changing in GUI are needed!

great job

thanks

sonica

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hasi, for me theres a REALLY big lag when opening the config page , it takes like 10 seconds to open

options is ok, can the config be sped up? :P

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No. can't be done. It takes time to generate the HTML. This is because i have to do some regular expression replacements, when inserting the HTML for a prog.

If you want to know more, look into common/configwizardtemplate.htm. At some positions you'll find the string %pn% which is searched for and replaced by the programs sequence number. This is mainly to have distinct form names.

So frmcfg%pn% gets frmcfg1 for program number 1 and so on ...

If you want it faster, you'd have to buy a more powerful machine.

Sorry.

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