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General Questions / Re: Multiple files
Last post by Andy - May 26, 2020, 03:48:46 am
Thanks guys,

Tabs it is then.

Thought that might be the answer so I have already begun work on them and found a fast way to switch from one file to another.

Will post the editor program later in the week.

Thanks Bill for the encouragement!

Andy.
 :)
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General Questions / Re: Multiple files
Last post by billhsln - May 25, 2020, 07:58:32 am
I agree with Brian, tabs are much nicer.

Bill

PS, it looks really nice, good work.
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General Questions / Re: Multiple files
Last post by Brian - May 25, 2020, 07:03:11 am
Andy,

I prefer tabs myself. I am often working on a program, and have others opened ready to look at for reference or pinch some of the code. Makes it easier

Brian
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General Questions / Multiple files
Last post by Andy - May 25, 2020, 05:16:34 am
Well,

Nearly six months later, I have more or less completed what I call Phase 1 of my editor program - I will release it later this week for you all to have a look at.

Please see attached screen shot.

The next phase will include looking at opening multiple files, just like we can in the IWB editor.

So I am wondering what thoughts / views you all might have on this...

There are several things that jump to mind:

1. Just open another copy of the editor program.
2. Have some tabs / buttons like the IWB editor for loading files on click
3. Load and add to a hidden multi edit control

That's just off the top of my head.

Does anyone have any views / suggestions on this?

It would be nice to hear them.

Thanks,
Andy.
 :)
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GUI Central / Re: Webcam capture
Last post by Brian - May 19, 2020, 11:40:09 am
This is a better version of the Webcam program. I realised there should have been a combobox showing, listing available webcams. I have also included a vfw.inc file that works

Brian

PS: Slight update today, May 21

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GUI Central / Re: Webcam capture
Last post by Brian - May 18, 2020, 03:28:20 am
Just tried compiling with IWB+ and it worked. Funny how it doesn't with IWB 2.09, because of the GetData clash. But glad it worked for you, Bill

Brian
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GUI Central / Re: Webcam capture
Last post by billhsln - May 17, 2020, 03:52:24 pm
Used VFW.inc and it compiled fine and seems to work.  Only thing is that to me it is reversed, obviously due to perspective.  When I move left, the video me moves right and visa versa, which makes sense.  But the main point is that it does work for me.  My Video and Audio are built in, not external.  Comes in handy for video conferencing for work.

Bill
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GUI Central / Re: Webcam capture
Last post by Brian - May 17, 2020, 03:47:58 am
Bill and Andy,
When trying to compile, it barfed on a struct in vfw.inc, so I copied the inc to vfw2.inc, changed the GetData member to GetDataX, and it compiled. There is already a GetData call in IWB
I had no idea if it would work, as I don't have a webcam. Just saw a guest looking at the code, so I thought I would investigate it
Brian
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GUI Central / Re: Webcam capture
Last post by Andy - May 17, 2020, 02:28:36 am
Brian,

It didn't work on my PC, the webcam is connected by USB and Windows sees it and it's installed properly.

Ran the program, selected the USB webcam, clicked Apply but no image at all.
Tried the different settings including frequency - but still nothing.

Andy.
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GUI Central / Re: Webcam capture
Last post by billhsln - May 16, 2020, 02:24:33 pm
Tried compiling, but I don't have a VFW2.INC file.

Thought it was the .txt file, so I renamed it, that came up with a bunch of errors.

Bill
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