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  • #76
    RE: Screenshots

    Press the reply button and check off the "Attach File" checkbox and follow the prompts.
    Peter
    AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

    [email protected]
    https://www.alphabasesolutions.com


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    • #77
      RE: Screenshots


      This is the main form to keep track of Client information and activities for a Fire Equipment Company! This is part of a set which includes equipment records and maintenance tracking and activity!

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      • #78
        RE: Screenshots

        This is a form for people who have Congestive Heart Failure. Dont worry this is me as a test case, I do not have it. It collects results from a CT(telephone) survey checks for weight flags and "yes answers" then marks them accordingly.

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        • #79
          RE: Screenshots

          Baseball stats

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          • #80
            RE: Screenshots

            I'm impressed - looks real professional - not hokey, at all.
            Wanda

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            • #81
              RE: Screenshots

              Hi Bob,

              I like the idea of your alternating shaded columns.

              Thanks

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              • #82
                RE: Screenshots

                Here is our Main Menu. After a person logs on a variable button populates the menu choices based on the user's security level.
                Dan

                Dan Blank builds Databases
                Skype: danblank

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                • #83
                  RE: Screenshots

                  Dan,
                  By what method do you populate the menu choices? Very interested in knowing your methodology.
                  Peter
                  Peter
                  AlphaBase Solutions, LLC

                  [email protected]
                  https://www.alphabasesolutions.com


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                  • #84
                    RE: Screenshots

                    Jack Wheeler has an excellent article on www.learn alpha.com that was a big help. That got me going in desingning my opening menu design.

                    Dan
                    Dan

                    Dan Blank builds Databases
                    Skype: danblank

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                    • #85
                      RE: Screenshots

                      yup
                      Dave Mason
                      [email protected]
                      Skype is dave.mason46

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                      • #86
                        RE: Screenshots

                        This is the spening slavo for one of my apps. A bit crude in that I haven't figured out how to get rid of the white other than to edit the bitmap in some editing software. Just haven't had the time.

                        kenn
                        TYVM :) kenn

                        Knowing what you can achieve will not become reality until you imagine and explore.

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                        • #87
                          RE: Screenshots

                          This is the finished product, I hope. Tom Cusey helped out with the bitmaps. Thank you Tom.

                          kenn
                          TYVM :) kenn

                          Knowing what you can achieve will not become reality until you imagine and explore.

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                          • #88
                            RE: Screenshots

                            Here's one we use to allow users to customize their A5 environment. The 'alias' can be type in a text field to execute the commandline that they've define for said alias.

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                            • #89
                              RE: Screenshots

                              Hi

                              This form represents a migration from an A4 application. The cleint wanted to maintain as much compatiblily with his old application. He didn't want his staff relearning new keyboard combinations or using the mouse to much. So the Hotkeys "box" is a conditional object which displays differents shortcut keys depending on the mode-veiw/change/enter. And I had to do a lot work in the onkey event to give him the same key combinations as in A4. Not to mention making A5 modal (thankyou "Learn Alpha Five.com").

                              Robert

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                              • #90
                                RE: Screenshots

                                What a great thread, so many good ideas and styles.

                                For what it is worth, an example of my handiwork? Used to track football statistics for one of my contracts.

                                Regards
                                Glen Schild
                                Glen Schild



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