jacdx at jacobhanson.com
Wed Feb 1 14:55:09 EST 2006
I just tried it to see what the fuss was about. I definitely think you
should keep going. It's looking really good. A lot farther along than
I thought it would be. A short tutorial would really be nice.
_/ _/ _/ Jacob Hanson
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Wednesday, February 1, 2006, 12:41:29 PM, you wrote:
> thanks for the comment!! it gives me motivation to keep it alive.
> unfortunately replacing widgets makes problems with newer fxruby
> versions. yet, i don't know what else is broken. i will fix that
> -- henon
> On 2/1/06, Diego Cano Lagneaux <d.cano.lagneaux at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > hi fxruby users!
>> > i decided to maybe put some efforts into a new release of foxguib. as
>> > the creator and maintainer of foxguib (who sadly never got much
>> > feedback) i am very interested if it is worth the effort. often i
>> > heard the opinion: "well, foxguib is nice, but i prefer coding my
>> > interfaces by hand."
>> Personally, I find GUI coding the most boring coding there is, so I really
>> appreciate something like foxguib. I discovered it 2 days ago, and rapidly
>> try it. I don't have much experience of it yet, but what I would like on a
>> next release of foxguib would be
>> a) More documentation
>> b) Maybe some way to add messages to the components?
>> When I am more familiar with the program, I'll see to answer directly in
>> the project's site.
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