That is currently correct that 4D requests don't currently support http/2
request. But there is a curl plugin by Miyako that supports curl calls with
http/2 right from 4D.
Scroll down to the very bottom of the readme and you will see an
I do this sort of thing with SVG often for clients. Contact me in private
if you like.
PS: If you know of anyone that needs an experienced 4D programmer to add
energy and experience to their team, please let me know. I
I have been working with WebSockets on a component I wrote for 4D. I love
web sockets over long-polling.
I designed and created a component that can just be dropped into any
database. I am planning on demo-ing the component with examples on 4DMethod
but figuring out the right date.
Thanks for the reply.
The issue in 4D (which I should have explained) is that, since 4D doesn't
report a click, I can't trap for the contextual click.
"SVG pictures offer a good way to see clicks. You'll always get an
object's ID, and you can put almost anything in the picture."
Thank you for the suggestion. I've done some interesting things with ALP so
a one row grid is certainly an option. Plain text would not give me the UI
I want but, per your suggestion, using an image will provide a more
And thank you for the link to your toolkit.
I'd like to create an interface that mimics the functionality and
appearance of the tab control in Chrome or Safari.
Given the functionality of the 4D tab control (once a tab is clicked, it no
longer reports mouse clicks) what are my options for building a highly
functional, tabbed UI?
A tab control will not report a click when the click is on the current tab
"page", but Safari seems to work that way too (no reaction to a click on the
current page's tab). Clicking another of the tab's areas will generate a click.
SVG pictures offer a good way to see clicks. You'll always
Maybe as an alternative to SVG a Listbox with one row and no header and use the
cell's as tab controls? You can detect single/double/context click, can put
images, set colour, font style/size/colour insert and delete columns...
Listboxes are very versatile, I used them to create a custom colour
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