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  • Brad D Byrne
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    hey Elias, how's going?

    I found some backup of the old SHG's site, if there is any code there you want let me know

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  • Elias Montoya
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    I will rey to update the website soon with more information, thanx Jim!

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  • Jim Padgett
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    questions

    When I go to www.egrid32.com there is a nice page about Egrid. On the bottom left there is a reference to ' You might also want to try these: '

    With no way to get to information about these products. ie. no links to the other products.

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  • Elias Montoya
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    Hello Jim, i think im not very good for web design, i always forget something.

    I dont understand your question, can you rephrase it please?

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  • Jim Padgett
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    Web Site

    You might want to consider a link from your egrid site back to you main page. All I noted was a reference to you other products, but no way to get there.

    What if any are your package prices for Egrid and the Designer?

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  • Elias Montoya
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    Just a reminder of Egrid32, for new forum users.

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  • Elias Montoya
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    My trip couldnt be made. Ill stay here. Purchases can be delivered normally.

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  • Elias Montoya
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    I will probably be out of town next week. Purchases can be
    made normally until sunday night.

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  • Elias Montoya
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    Just another friendly reminder for the new people that doesnt know about Egrid32 Yet.

    Feel free to try the demos and ask any questions you have. Ill be glad to answer
    and give examples.

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  • Joe Byrne
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    Originally posted by Steven Pringels 3 View Post
    BTW: for all the lurkers around, eGrid is a great value for money. It packs a lot of functionallity in this low-cost grid, almost comparable to more expensive grids like Spread, which doesn't come with PowerBasic declarations. So I would surely go for eGrid if you need a solid grid with tons of options.
    I would second that in an instant! I started out with siGrid which was cumbersome and lacked a lot of features I expected to be there. I also have eGrid and MLG (purchased version). I like MLG for exactly what it was made for....fast, light, and easy to use. eGrid on the other hand, is the perfect complement... fast, very well documented and more options than I can even imagine. For under $100, its a must have add-on tool.

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  • Steven Pringels 3
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    My mistake, I always think you're living in Spain but it's Mexico. Need to go there one day on a holiday.

    BTW: for all the lurkers around, eGrid is a great value for money. It packs a lot of functionallity in this low-cost grid, almost comparable to more expensive grids like Spread, which doesn't come with PowerBasic declarations. So I would surely go for eGrid if you need a solid grid with tons of options.

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  • Elias Montoya
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    No, actually i had a mid-night work... went to bed at 3 am, so i woke up like at 10am

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  • Steven Pringels 3
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    Hi Elias,

    thanks for the fast delivery !! did you get a mid-day siesta ? Wish I could do that too

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  • Elias Montoya
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    I woke up 5 minutes ago and im delivering.

    Thanx!

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  • Steven Pringels 3
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    Elias,

    Order has been made through Paypal. Check you HOT Mail

    I bought the whole bunch.

    Cheers

    Steven

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  • Elias Montoya
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    I take orders everyday. I usually deliver same day.

    I'll be out of town the 13th of this month until probably 18th.

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  • Steven Pringels 3
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    Hi Elias,

    Take the time you need for the house. Just drop me a private message or so when you're ready to take on orders. The Drag / Drop can always be implemented afterwards.

    Cheers

    Steven

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  • Elias Montoya
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    Hello Steven, I havent tried it but it should be no problem to add this custom feature,
    for now, it should be a handmade function, but that surely sounds like a good native function suggestion.


    P.S. sorry i didnt answer before, im in the process of expanding my house
    and havent been much in front of the PC.

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  • Steven Pringels 3
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    Egrid looks really neast

    Elias,

    I've been looking into eGrid and was wondering. Does eGrid also support the drag drop notifications. I would like to be able to drop an item from e.g. a treeview and then drop in in a cell on the grid. The notification should receive the handle of the treeview including the window handle from the sender (I gues).

    Thanks

    Steven

    PS: I meant to write 'neat' instead of 'neast'
    Last edited by Steven Pringels 3; 30 Sep 2008, 08:46 AM. Reason: darn typo

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  • Elias Montoya
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    Bumping again, ill be out of town again in few more days,
    so, if you are planning to purchase, this is a good moment.

    Thanx for your interest and purchases!

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