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Douglas.M
1. How I Get Around Web Page Reciprocal Linking

This article describes a Javascript coding technique I use to avoid reciprocal linking between web pages.

Posted to KB Topic: OOP
8 months ago

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Mike Prestwood
2. The Future of Paradox Blog

If you have an existing Paradox system you can keep using it but you'll need to skip the Vista operating system and either stick with Windows XP or move to Windows 7. Because better tools exist, you may very well want to put a plan together now for converting to another development tool or at least understand what the future is likely to hold. If you're a power-user or researcher working with data, stick with Paradox.

Posted to KB Topic: Tool Basics
15 years ago, and updated 11 months ago
(44 Entries , last by maria.s3 )

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Douglas.M
3. No Audio Device? No Problem!

This article describes how to restore the sound on a computer when the audio driver is correctly installed, but the sound is still not working.

 

Posted to KB Topic: Software
59 months ago, and updated 16 months ago

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Douglas.M
4. A Customized Software Glitch That Was Not

This article discusses what seemed to initially be a Corel Paradox programming glitch in objectPAL language that was actually something completely different.

Posted to KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
16 months ago
(3 Comments , last by Jack.W )

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Douglas.M
5. Paradox Search Technique Code

An alternate solution for a Corel Paradox query that fails to yield accurate results due to a huge number of records in a data table.

Posted to KB Topic: ObjectPAL Coding
6 years ago, and updated 17 months ago

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afhynes2
Paradox 11 not printing to network printers
I have just re-installed my Paradox 11 on a Windowsx64 laptop and I cannot get it to print reports from Paradox reports themselves. However, they work perfectly if I call them up from a form in objectPAL. When I just try to print in a new Paradox sessionm I get a dialogue box that says: Printer interface setup error/ LCAppPrint Initialize failed!  Then Windows 10 just closes the program. I'm not all that good with finding out where my problem lies. Could anyone point me to some solution, please? Tony
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Reports « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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afhynes2
Back after yeeaars in the wilderness. I've tried this again and get the same result. I can print a report if I do it through and objectPAL script. Load the report and print. But if I just open the report, I get the same result and Paradox closes. Also, I can't print things like info structure. Paradox just falls over.
14 years ago
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Ash.B2
Hiding the desktop
I read a short article that says in order to not see the desktop, and only my forms, I need to use app.hide() The problem is that when I try it, I get syntax errors.  I've searched through the boards and through the ObjectPal guide that I have, but I have not been able to find out exactly how to do this (what code and where) I also cannot seem to find where in the Object Explorer it is indicated whether a form is a child or a dialog.  I know this seems simple, but its very frustrating.  Thank you for your help.
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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Ash.B2
Thank you The problem was that I had it set up as a child instead of a dialog.  Also, missed declaring the var. Once you told me where to find that and change it, it worked perfectly. Thanks again.
14 years ago
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Ash.B2
Bringing the Active record to a new form
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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Ash.B2
Never mind. Tried for a few days, couldn't get libraries to work (maybe a windows 10 issue?), but I figured it out using a query to a temp table, and pulled the value from the temp table into the second form. Maybe not the most elegant, but it works.
14 years ago
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rum
OPAL to DISPLAY QB Tool
hello,   This must be an oversight(or Alzhiemers) on my part. How do I open a query using ObjectPAL  and display it in the query editor so that I can modify? For a table I do the following var,    t string, endvar t = editTableList ; (THIS IS A NAME FROM LIST OF TABLE NAMES) dlgRestructure (t)
Posted to MB Topic: ObjectPAL « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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Jeff.R3
Thanks Jay,  but you misunderstood the question.  I dont need the text,  I need the designer to open and display for a query that was pre-designed and saved. In OPAL, var Q Query endvar q.readfromfile("c:\\temp\\somequery.qbe") ; now, i want q.displaydesigner() or q.restructure(), or menuaction.newquery(q) or any other of things I haven't found thanks, Jeff
14 years ago
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afhynes2
ObjectPal msgQuestion
I have not done any script writing for many years and my memory isn't what it used to be. In one of my scripts I have a msgQuestion that brings up a dialogue box. The default answer in the box is "Yes". Can I change it to "No" because that is the prevailing answer. Rarely do I need to select "Yes"
Posted to MB Topic: ObjectPAL « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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jochen.h
Why don;t you just change the text of the msgQuestion so that the defaulty answer is Yes ???
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