Reini Urban wrote:
>> (1) Whether it lays out nicely in your browser, or whether it screws up.
> looks fine for firefox and MSIE6.
Great - thanks.
>> (4) Your Technical comments
> http://www.robmay.me.uk/win32gui/website/docs/Win32/GUI.html TOC
> * Introdction
Got it. That was in the pod documentation, and had propagated to the
nav bar on the right-hand side too.
>> (5) Anything that you'd like to see in the future.
> Screenshots as jeremy already noted
On my list. Anyone have some nice Win32::GUI apps they'd be happy to
take some screenshots of and contribute?
> and maybe put/link Aldo's old
> examples somewhere, even if some of them don't work out of the box anymore.
I don't think that we should be pointing people at examples that don't
work. I have on my list to add to the distribution source for all the
examples in the tutorial (and to fix the tutorial where it is currently
> maybe add a wiki to let people add their samples. There cannot be enough
Indeed. I want to get a Wiki up and running, and had been wondering
what to seed it with. I think re-works of Aldo's original samples and
the existing samples would be a great start. I have a couple of samples
(drag and drop in a list view, toolbar and threads) that I need to
finish and will add.
Right now, I intend to take the existing Wiki down (I'll check, but I
don't think there is any useful content in it), upgrade it to the latest
Kwiki version, brand it and get it back online, linked from the
homepage. It'll take me a few weeks though!
It'll take me a couple of days to get this website up and running, as I
don't have enough permissions to remove/edit the existing files on the
shell server - I have a support call going through now.