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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: June 04, 2008, 02:54 PM »
Thanks for that guys!

So, jumping on the Ribbon bandwagon?

hehehe, I was sort of puzzled whether I should go with the Office 2003 look or the ribbon 2007 interface but I simply can't get over the look of office 2007 on Vista. It think it looks really nice so I decided to go with the ribbon UI.


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Developer's Corner / Re: SkyIDE - Latest Release Information
« on: June 04, 2008, 08:13 AM »
Hi there,

Let the screenshot talk for itself:

http://www.techopinion.net/images/new_skyide.png

I will not say much as I don't know if I can achieve what I want to achieve.

- I might replace TScintilla with another syntax highlighting editor...one that came with the tools I bought. I am not sure how powerful it is but it looks *very* promising. I hope it has the features I hope it does. If this is the case....there will be a lot of work.

- I am pretty confident I can dramatically improve the speed when launching many documents. I have some plans, I haven't tried them but they should work. Theoretically and logically it should work :)

The GUI you are seeing in that screenshot is halfly baked.

P.S. Does anyone know where I can get some royalty free high quality good looking icons? I am not very good with using paint tools.

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Ok I got an answer from UBCD!

UBCD will be included! All I have to do now is answer sourceforge.net's questions and we'll see what happens. If sourceforge.net does not authorise my project, I will have to seek a different server to host my ISO or upgrade my hosting package.

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Unfortunately the developers of Ultimate Boot CD have not responded thus far to my request to include their ISO. I would take this as a no and I will respect it despite the GPL. This means, UBCD will have to be excluded if they don't respond by the time I get a green light from sourceforge.net however I will post extremely easy instructions of how to include UBCD yourself. It will be extremely easy. I will leave the menu entry, I will just comment it out. All the user will have to do is uncomment the entry and copy the required files into the root dir of MRD's file system:

custom
dosapps
images
menus
tools
website


All the user will have to do is extract the UBCD ISO, copy these folders to the root of MultiDistro Rescue Disk's file system and uncomment the commented entry for UBCD and simply run the BuildISO.bat. A new ISO will be generated and that's it.

For now, I am still waiting for sourceforge.net to authorise the project as I have to use their servers to upload the ISO.

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Hmm I will have to research on that one as it is up to the included distro. I will have to see what I can do.

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