Multiple window instances not supported

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Rinzwind
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Multiple window instances not supported

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The generated code does not support creating multiple instances of a window. Would be nice if it was more flexible.

ps. a structure type that supports procedures ('light class') would make this scenario more convenient and foolproof among other things. Wishful thinking..
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Re: Multiple window instances not supported

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At the moment you can use the EventDesigner from me.
It creates a common file (GuiCommonFile) from several windows.
It also corrects the missing constants for Menu, ToolBar, StatusBar and resolves conflicts by using the Window constant as prefix for the other constants.

The Event Management must not be used. On request I can also create a slimmed down version, which only creates the common file.
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Re: Multiple window instances not supported

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Maybe you can try this one Reuniform :
viewtopic.php?f=27&t=76211&hilit=reuniform
Yeah I know, but keep in mind ... Leonardo da Vinci was also an autodidact.
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