Thanks for the update. I like the new additions, especially the two pickers for the blend tab.
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Well, unless the current behavior has advantages that I may be missing, it's more consistent if the save-prompt reminder pops up for ANY unsaved changes, including the chart name. For lazy folks like me who dismiss the dialog immediately, counting on it to offer the save dialog.One small thing: When you quick-edit a chart and change nothing but its chart name, there is no save-prompt when closing the builder.That is what happened before for the chart builder as well and still does. I can change both normal mode and edit mode to add the modified flag if desired though. Just let me know.-ScreenManiac (August 31, 2017, 09:21 AM)-hamradio (August 31, 2017, 01:56 PM)
Actually for the Chart Builder the Always On Top is separate from the main window. At the moment it defaults to always on at start of chart builder window but can be toggled off temporarily till closed. Should I make it pickup the current value of the main window but not save the value back to main window? That way you can toggle on/off still if wanted and it not affect the main window?Keep it as it is now, always ON when the chart builder fires up. Your implementation of keeping it separate from the main window is much better than my original suggestion.-hamradio (August 29, 2017, 12:21 PM)
What about if I create a new option named like Organize Custom Charts which would put them into those sub menus if checked. If not checked it would show them as just a single list that way for those who doesn't want them organized by the first letter can still see the color preview as well...thoughts on that?Great idea.-hamradio (August 27, 2017, 04:50 PM)
1. Would automatically loading the current displayed chart into the chart builder work for the quick way to edit the current chart...Yes, that would suffice. To make it obvious, the Charts menu might sport an entry "Edit current chart" and if necessary "Refresh current chart" - unless it auto-refreshes whenever new colors added in the builder.-hamradio (August 22, 2017, 07:59 PM)
2. What format would the values you want to be pasted into be in for RGB? Like 255, 255, 255 or other? If so I could probably do a paste button to convert it to the correct format for the chart builder.Not sure I understand. Generally speaking, yes I think 255, 255, 255 is more compatible than RGB(255, 255, 255) when it comes to exchanging RGB codes. I were useful to have 255, 255, 255 as an (additional?) option for the Copy Click Actions.-hamradio (August 22, 2017, 07:59 PM)
Some suggestions:+1 for suggestions 1, 4, and 5 especially.
1. Create right menu context entry > "Duplicate" function (For entries, not profiles)
2. Allow us to manually choose display name or have another column for NAME | TARGET | Arguments.
3. It's not the worse thing in the world but I would remove the options tab - remove the profiles tab and just create a text label called "Profiles". Then I would put "options" or "preferences" under menu, unless there's some design considered I haven't thought of. PIC of area I'm saying to remove: http://i.imgur.com/hAXRsa1.png
4. PLEASE allow us to customize the columns. I don't need working directory or notes...
5. Give us the ability to keep entries in the list, but "disable" them. Disabling them puts a red X over their name or dims their entry dramatically.-stisev (April 20, 2017, 01:31 AM)
I found another app that can be squeezed into doing the same thing, but I'd still prefer sChecklist if I could rely on it, so I would try an interim build if that's still possible.Would you mind sharing a link to that other app? Portable?-littlecousinjimmy (May 19, 2016, 11:12 AM)
You might care to look at John Knowles' ABCZ Typing Abbreviation System for one rational approach to choosing short forms.And thanks again for that link. Great guidelines.
There are many threads on DC about text expanders and similar applications - worth reviewing, though many are getting old, and some are heated. For all the software they mention, they aren't complete. Text expanders and similar products are quite a big category, though a requirement for portability winnows them out.-rjbull (August 25, 2015, 03:37 PM)
2. Both products are aimed at the medical transcription market.Wasn't obvious to me, from neither product's website.-wraith808