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JohnFound



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Whell, next pre-alpha. Here is snippet from history.inc:
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[12.08.2003] v1.0.05 - pre-alpha
- About box fixed.

- AsmEdit v1.3 as source library by Tommy (with little edit work
from me (John Found). Great work Tommy. Smile

- Some simple pop-up menu added to source editor.

- New main message loop structure. Now "ProcessMessages" procedure is
available. It can be called in long slow loops to prevent hangs of
the application. See "Fresh.asm" for details.

- Added first raw variant of ShowModal procedure in "MyDialogBox.asm" - see
the source of the procedure and "OnOpen" procedure in "ActionEvents.asm".
Press "Open" button for very simple example.

- Fixed bug in syntax highlighter - not colored numbers in first column.


[EDIT]Outdated attachement removed. There must be newer version. possibly in another thread.[/EDIT]


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Post 12 Aug 2003, 06:09
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Tommy



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Good! Cool

But shoudn't you remove line 10 and 43 in sourceeditor.asm? Very Happy We don't need to load AsmEdit.dll when the control is included in the executable... Wink

Regards,
Tommy
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Tommy wrote:
Good! Cool

But shoudn't you remove line 10 and 43 in sourceeditor.asm? Very Happy We don't need to load AsmEdit.dll when the control is included in the executable... Wink

Regards,
Tommy


#^$%#, my fault, Sad.
Thank you Tommy. I'll do it, but later, just now I have no access to sources. Smile


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Post 12 Aug 2003, 07:42
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Tommy



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Ok! Take your time! Wink
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Tommy



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I've made a suggestion to an icon (see attachment)... What do you think? Comments wanted.. Since some of the pictures in the images-folder are of turtles, I based this icon on a turtle... Wink

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Tommy wrote:
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I like it. Very Happy
Offtopic: Actually I draw the image with the turtle in "Paint" to enjoy my 3 years old daughter, and then I decide to use it like default image for image controls in Fresh.

But, IMHO you don't need 24bit color for image 16x16 - it contains only 256 pixels. Approximately the same about 32x32 pixels - differences from 256colors to True color is minor.

I reduce the colors, and fix some transparency problems. Try this:

[EDIT]Outdated attachement removed. These icons are part of the Fresh project now.[/EDIT]


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Post 12 Aug 2003, 10:33
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Thanks! I didn't think much about that when I made them because first and foremost we have to find a design to use... What do you think about this one? Can we use it or are we going to make another??

Note! Hope your daughter enjoyed it! Cool Greet her from me... Wink

Take care!
Tommy
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scientica
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I've removed those two lines Smile
Nice Images, but the "XP icon set", well, IMO 16,256 and True Color is enougth, the XP icons are just - superfluous - since only XP supports it, win9X/NT4/2k doesn't (afaik).

This is the sizes I consider relevant:
16x16x16
16x16x256
32x32x16
32x32x256
32x32x(32 or 24 bit)
(width)x(height)x(depth)

[EDIT]What icon program do you use?[/EDIT]

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Just caught a bug!
(see attechment)

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Well, actually I agree! Wink
I use Adobe PhotoShop and GIF Movie Gear (therefore I produced XP icons... I'm not used to export icons with those two tools, and didn't got the time to find out how to change format Very Happy ...we can fix that later Wink)
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Here's the current work copy I use, try clicking the styles "..."-button for a form, see teh styles, add a button, repeat, see Very Happy
But there are some bug in there, working on them.
Btw, just caught one of them bug again, same place, minor changes, but the same pice of code that calls the RtlFreeHeap is the point where Fresh last did any thing before the system crashes the app. (when I try to reproduce the error, I fail, but when I don't try, guess Sad)

[EDIT]Outdated attachement removed. There should be newer version. possibly in another thread.[/EDIT]

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scientica wrote:
I've removed those two lines Smile
Nice Images, but the "XP icon set", well, IMO 16,256 and True Color is enougth, the XP icons are just - superfluous - since only XP supports it, win9X/NT4/2k doesn't (afaik).

This is the sizes I consider relevant:
16x16x16
16x16x256
32x32x16
32x32x256
32x32x(32 or 24 bit)
(width)x(height)x(depth)

[EDIT]What icon program do you use?[/EDIT]


I like turtles, so if you like Tommy's design, we can use it. BTW: We must find some bigger image with sun, turtle, water and wet plants ( Fresh Very Happy ) for About box.

I am agree about icon types. Only 24bit icon is needed only if the icon is extreamly colored even on 32x32. If the icon uses only one color tone (for example green turtle Very Happy ) there is no need for 24 bits.

For edit icons I am using my program: "SpaceGlyph"
[advert] spaceglyph.port5.com[/advert] Very Happy

It's especialy for small images. BTW, almost all icons and buttons in Fresh I make with SpaceGlyph. It works only on Win 9x/ME.
Strange, but visibly it edits XP icons without problems /maybe without alpha channel/.
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scientica wrote:
Here's the current work copy I use, try clicking the styles "..."-button for a form, see teh styles, add a button, repeat, see Very Happy
But there are some bug in there, working on them.
Btw, just caught one of them bug again, same place, minor changes, but the same pice of code that calls the RtlFreeHeap is the point where Fresh last did any thing before the system crashes the app. (when I try to reproduce the error, I fail, but when I don't try, guess Sad)


Very good work, Scientica! Don't worry about bugs, we will catch them all. Very Happy
I can't see the sources jus now, but exe looks great.
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Bugs? What Bug? Wink (I think I've fixed it in this work copy)
There was a little semi-nasty bug in the InsertWinStyles proc (item position related).
(I'll take a look at spaceglyph.port5.com)

The description of the equates will take some time, it's not a priority now, but if some one feels like writning a short description for each style, then please put a post here first.

I've only tested the dialog form now, will do more testing.

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