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Off Topic / seasoned developer available
« on: August 08, 2019, 06:31:52 PM »
over 30 years experience in Business Basics since mid 80's - (Basic-IV, Rexxon, Tbred, BBx and of course PxPlus)
over 15 years Pxplus/Providex & Nomads

I take special pride in my productivity, attention to detail and quality results.

I am looking forward to being a leading integral element of an enterprise that would markedly benefit from including
an innovative, resourceful and seasoned resource as a competent and valuable contribution to its development team.

Samuel Genzen

Programming / .NET
« on: February 10, 2019, 02:54:20 PM »
Was chatting with a Sage100 (previously Mas90/200) developer who was telling me the latest Providex 9.5 for Sage .... " One thing that Sage's Providex does has is direct .NET support.  Amazingly, it works quite well. "

was wondering
1) What exactly does 9.5 do that means "DIRECT" .NET support
2) I know that much of the young IT crowd asks "is there .NET support?"  was wondering if that might be in the works for future pxplus releases

Nomads / Re: grid button
« on: August 29, 2018, 03:55:44 PM »
I am surprised that the CTL or EOM is the same regardless of clicking the button or simply exiting the cel

wishlist - allow to check to see if button was pressed or simply an exit with an arrow, tab, cr or just
clicking on a different grid cel - possibly by having different EOM  (and/or CTL)

Nomads / grid button
« on: August 29, 2018, 01:06:20 PM »
I have a grid with a 'button' as one of the columns

if I simply move to that column using arrows, then move out again, the "change" logic is executed even
when the button wasn't pressed.

this occurs even when the column is locked

is there a way to prevent this? and/or is there a way to check if the button was pressed?  (I think one of the CTL values?)


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