I have got it all working now and it works like a charm. Thanks very much John
DeSoi, Jeremy French, Narinder Chandi and Chip Scheide. You have saved me hours.
I have only been using listbox for arrays. Before listbox it was only arrays
and I simply converted my array solutions to listbox and
Thanks Chip and Narinder for your response.
I am using the right listbox name (listbox object name) and the data source is
arrays. But $tableNum is -1 and $namedSelection and $highlightSet is “” (empty).
Using the following method, I get the error "The set does not exist".
LISTBOX GET TABLE
I select records (rows) from the listbox before running the method.
I obviously have
This is from 4D Knowledge Base and might help you:
// Method: listboxDeleteSelectedRecords
// Description: Delete all records selected in the selection based listbox
// Parameters: $1 - List Box Object Name
A clean install of newest Windows 10 dos not include XPS Viewer. This means
that SET PRINT PREVIEW does not work. It is possible to download XPS Viewer,
but I expect Microsoft is (or have) developed an alternative. Is there a
Carl Aage Wangel
I am using a Norwegian dictionary (nb_NO) and even though Spell Get
Dictionary List name it "name unknown", Spell is working fine on Windows.
All the other dictionaries have known names, including nn_NO and da_DK.
Using Spell Get Dictionary List On mac, I get dictionaries that are not
Thanks Helge, Tim and Keisuke for the response.
I have previously sent a screenshot but it wasn't published on the list (for
whatever reason). I am on Windows 7 (mainly) with splash window visible. I
am trying with and will see how it goes. On top of the
ordinary splash screen I am using my own
When I am working on forms or programming, a small solid square often
appears in a fixed position above the form or program I'm working on. It
disappears in user mode. This annoying square only appears in 4D and has
been doing so in several versions. Anyone having the same experience?
Thanks Jeffrey and Keisuke,
But I am at a bit of a loss as where to find OpenSSL in 4D and how to update
the libraries (same for jQuery). I have been using 4D since version 1 (or
2?) but have never fiddled with OpenSSL. As I understand it OpenSSL v0.9.8
was part of 4D 2004, so it seems strange
I have created a desktop application (stand-alone application, Windows). I
use Install Shield Express to create a setup.exe file so potential buyers
can download from my web page. Testing it out on a separate PC with Norton
Security install, the setup.exe file is declared a security risk and is
While it does not solve the problem of multi-style field overlapping other
fields in a subform, “ST Get plain text” makes it possible to remove formatting
from multi-style text (imported or created in 4D).
Just thought I would share this revelation.
>Date: Tue, 9 Oct 2018 22:05:46
Windows7, 4D v16.4
I have a form with a subform included. The form is used for printing
invoices. The subform has 3 fields side by side. The first field is a date
field, the second field is a text field and the third field is a number
field. Sometime the text field has "copy and paste" text. For
Thanks Tom, much appreciated.
It looks promising and I shall try it out.
>Based on what you said you wanted, I think what you need is to use the 4D
HTTP client commands to post an HTTP Request to your web server from your
standalone 4D app.
>It would be the
I am selling/giving away a few (very few) stand-alone solution created in
4D. My dream was to make the costumer connect to my webpage from the 4D
solution and provide needed information on an automatic level, using 4D
TAGS. My webpage is HTML5 embedded in PHP with a mySQL
file from anywhere, do Process 4D
Tags and Web Send Blob/HTML to serve the page.
>> On Jan 5, 2018, at 10:52 AM, Carl Aage Wangel via 4D_Tech <
<mailto:email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Is it
Is it possible to transfer data from 4D (v15) to a webpage when the webpage
is not situated in the WebFolder? Like (opening the webpage from 4D).
Carl Aage Wangel
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