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|The jwdp behaviour provides for a much more powerful and interactive user experience.[[BR]]||The jwdp behaviour provides for a much more powerful and interactive user experience.<<BR>>|
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J Windows Front End requests are submitted here.
Closed requests and responses in 2008.
Easiest way to customize wget is by modifying its config file. In particular this is the best way to configure proxy, since the other way using env variable may conflict with other programs.
So it would be good to include a default .wgetrc in the j602\tools\ftp\ folder as part of setup. The actual sample .wgetrc can be found at
-- OlegKobchenko 2008-01-30 17:16:47
Whereas under jwdp, dragging the trackbar fires the button event during the drag (on mouse-move), that is not the case under jwdw, where the button event only seems to fire once the slider is dropped (i.e. on mouse-up). The jwdp behaviour provides for a much more powerful and interactive user experience.
I request that this behaviour be emulated in jwdw.
To illustrate: Install the media/wav addon using Package Manager.
load 'media/wav/view' wavview '~addons/media/wav/test1.wav'
Try dragging the trackbar in the Wave Form Viewer in jwdw & jwdp.
First reported on the forums.
-- RicSherlock 2008-10-15 20:07:15