Ok, thanks. That's helpful. The reason I asked is because when searching for converter software and narrowing down the field to the ones I want to try, the versatile ones are more attractive. I didn't see anything mentioned here.
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I know it's a personal preference thing but, if I had my way, that would be how every window would act. I can take it out if you'd like.It's fine to leave it as it is (unless you get 100 votes to take it out )-skwire (April 05, 2013, 11:57 AM)
I worked on this for several hours but I've come to the decision that, because of the way I initially designed the code to support a dynamic number of timers, fixing this issue will probably require a rewrite. This is codespeak for, "Don't hold your breath." I've updated Ten Timer's webpage to state that it does work on Windows 7 with some graphical glitches.No problem, and thanks for the effort and explanation. I'm sure you have more significant things to work on!-skwire (April 05, 2013, 05:33 PM)
I sorta, kinda, maybe had a feeling that, if I didn't write it that way, you'd probably request that it do so. LOL.Heh, heh... what in the world gave you that idea?! Maybe that should be called "preemptive programming."-skwire (February 11, 2013, 04:54 PM)
That's exactly why I added that feature for you.Wow, customized service! That's a creative way to get around the limitations of the color-picker module.-skwire (February 08, 2013, 04:32 PM)
If rightnote is using the IE html control to display it's content, I'd reregister the IE stuff. Instructions can be found using Google (I'm typing on a tablet atm, so copy/paste is quite bothersome)I'm not sure what I'm looking for. How about this link? Or should it be more specific? Thanks.-Ath (February 02, 2013, 01:10 PM)
I've just discovered that Alt+B updates the meter display, so as a user who favors keyboard control over the mouse, I now feel less need for the meters to be updated dynamically because I don't need to click the refresh button to get results. You can demote my request accordingly. (Note by the way the awkward ergonomics of mouse control for Save and Refresh: Upper-left corner for Save, then lower-right corner for Refresh. That was the motivation for my requesting dynamic refresh.)What do you think of a dynamic update of the meter display (if already shown) when the configuration is changedThe only obstacle is my own apathy. It would take some fairly significant code refactoring (as compared to the current code) but it's nothing hard or anything like that. I'll try to find the time to do it.-Scott_Y (January 18, 2013, 03:12 PM)-skwire (January 23, 2013, 04:33 PM)