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Well, 'Edit' actually works on the last selected item only, thus can be confusing to users (as the focused item isn't recognizable from other selected items). So an alternative solution could be to only enable that button when exactly 1 item is selected, less confusion, and 'selected' is correct.
- On the settings pages, one button has the caption 'Edit focused' and another 'Remove selected'. IMHO, 'focused' should be replaced by 'selected', as focused is a seldom used term in this context.-Ath (January 03, 2020, 05:18 AM)
Hmm, not 'fixed'. You can select more than one row in the ListView and then remove them in one go. With edit you can only do that for one row at a time (the last clicked row, which has the focus...). IMHO there need to be a distinction. Suggestions are welcome for other wording.-Winkie (January 03, 2020, 08:49 PM)
the name of this app is it's hard to remember and pronounceWell, SIMON then? (Shortcut In Menu Or Not)-mouser (January 04, 2020, 10:41 PM)
|Short Description||Process SCSS (css preprocessing) @for loops to @each loops including only used classes.|
|Supported OSes||Any OS that runs .NET 4.7.2 (only tested on Windows)|
|Web Page||scss-loop-template-processor on Ath's DCMembers site|
|Download Link||from above DCMembers page|
How can we automate them and can we inject data into them by-passing their tedious interface?You can try to feed the application using my WinSendKeys tool.-kalos (November 04, 2019, 07:00 AM)
I understood that the various implementations all had distinct dialects so I guess I was looking for something reasonably generic to get me startedWell, if you need a good standards-compliant SQL, then PostgreSQL is a good candidate. It's very well documented, supported, and as much Open Source as it gets. Find it here: PostgreSQL.org-Target (November 05, 2019, 12:06 AM)