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  • My Little Grid version 1.14 is ready for download

    I just uploaded updates of My Little Grid (Version 1.14) to the Planetsquires website.

    This is an update that added small tweaks suggested by users. They include:

    1) Added %MLG_GETROWHEIGHT message in order to help calculated the size of the grid

    2) Add %MLG_SHEET_GETCURRENT option to the %MLG_GETSHEETINFO message in order to retrieve the currently active sheet.

    3) Enhanced the %MLG_CLEARGRID message. LPARAM is now used to determined if just the rowextra (longs or quads) should be zeroed or if everything should be reset.

    4) %MLG_REFRESH now updates the editfield (within the cell) if WPARAM <> 0. This should be used when inserting or deleting rows and columns.

    5) More notifications were added
    %MLGN_ROWINSERT
    %MLGN_COLINSERT
    %MLGN_ROWDELETE
    %MLGN_COLDELETE
    %MLGN_SELECTSHEET
    %MLGN_SHEETSELECTCHANGING

    6) MLGN_ROWDIRTY was enhanced by adding "OldSelectCol" as one of it's parameters.

    7) Bug fixes

    8) Note in the help to remind users when redimensioning a sheet within a workbook to change sheets within the workbook and then go back to the sheet just redimensioned in order to force the update of internal arrays.


    My Little Grid comes in two versions. The demo version is freeware which allows for 26 columns ,5000 rows in grid, and 3 worksheets. This may be all many of the users need so feel free to use this version as you wish. The purchased version allows for 2000 columns, 2,000,000,000 rows, 255 worksheets and only costs $35.

    My Little Grid is meant to be an easy to use, basic grid with databases in mind. With Workbooks, it is now an unbelievable value. Please take it for a spin around the block. If you are a paid user, grab the zip file password and have fun with this new version.


    I hope you like using My Little Grid. Check it out at Planetsquires.

    http://www.planetsquires.com/mylittlegrid.html

    Cheers
    Jim
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