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  • Mike Riddle
    The way to conditionally run a function is to use the WIN32 GetProcAddress function to get the address. If a non-zero value is returned you can use that as a
    Message 1 of 23 , Dec 31, 2001
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      The way to conditionally run a function is to use the WIN32 GetProcAddress
      function to get the address. If a non-zero value is returned you can use that
      as a pointer to call the function. Using this rather convoluted technique,
      you do not force a requirement for the export to be present, although it is
      quite tricky
      to get working in C.

      Mike Riddle

      Peter Olsson wrote:

      > > Given that services are changing, what is the recommended method for the
      > XP
      > > DLL to tell which version of CC2 it is executing inside? That way our DLL
      > > can determine whether to get the palette - or not!
      >
      > The current CC2 version is available in MyXP.RunningVer. However if you try
      > to use functions that is not exported from CC2 in your DLL, the DLL will
      > fail to load when it can't initate the function jump table. Unless there is
      > a way to find this export at run-time you will have to decide what versions
      > you will support when you compile the XP.
      >
      > I'm not sure this is a big issue. Most people downloading an add-on XP will
      > have downloaded the latest update as well. The goal is of course to support
      > all available versions, but I think this has to be matched against the work
      > involved and the functionality you can gain.
      >
      > Peter
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    • Simon Rogers
      We are doing a new version of CC2 with lots of new features. We ve been pushing CC2 v6 quite hard, and whilst this new version appears to be stable, it still
      Message 2 of 23 , Jan 3, 2002
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        We are doing a new version of CC2 with lots of new features. We've been
        pushing CC2 v6 quite hard, and whilst this new version appears to be stable,
        it still needs a thorough tst. As soon as I get a decent test version
        together, I will post a location for it here.
        Simon
      • Rell W. Ambrose
        What sort of new features? -Rell W. Ambrose ... From: Simon Rogers [mailto:simon@profantasy.com] Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2002 5:43 AM To:
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          What sort of new features?

          -Rell W. Ambrose

          -----Original Message-----
          From: Simon Rogers [mailto:simon@...]
          Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2002 5:43 AM
          To: cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [cc2-dev-l] v6.10

          We are doing a new version of CC2 with lots of new features. We've been
          pushing CC2 v6 quite hard, and whilst this new version appears to be
          stable,
          it still needs a thorough tst. As soon as I get a decent test version
          together, I will post a location for it here.
          Simon



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        • Ken Snellings
          very much looking forward to it Simon. ... From: Simon Rogers To: Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2002 5:43 AM
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            very much looking forward to it Simon.


            ----- Original Message -----
            From: "Simon Rogers" <simon@...>
            To: <cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com>
            Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2002 5:43 AM
            Subject: [cc2-dev-l] v6.10


            > We are doing a new version of CC2 with lots of new features. We've been
            > pushing CC2 v6 quite hard, and whilst this new version appears to be
            stable,
            > it still needs a thorough tst. As soon as I get a decent test version
            > together, I will post a location for it here.
            > Simon
            >
            >
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          • Christopher Golden
            ... As are others, I m eager to try this out. A question -- do the new features include much in the way of changes to the XP toolkit interface? Thanks!
            Message 5 of 23 , Jan 3, 2002
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              Simon Rogers wrote:

              > We are doing a new version of CC2 with lots of new features. We've been
              > pushing CC2 v6 quite hard, and whilst this new version appears to be stable,
              > it still needs a thorough tst. As soon as I get a decent test version
              > together, I will post a location for it here.

              As are others, I'm eager to try this out. A question -- do
              the new features include much in the way of changes to the
              XP toolkit interface?

              Thanks!
              Christopher Golden
              goldencd@...
            • Peter Olsson
              ... No. There are a few added XP services to provide support to different user settings. In version 6.10 it is for example possible to read the color table for
              Message 6 of 23 , Jan 3, 2002
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                > As are others, I'm eager to try this out. A question -- do
                > the new features include much in the way of changes to the
                > XP toolkit interface?

                No. There are a few added XP services to provide support to different user
                settings. In version 6.10 it is for example possible to read the color table
                for the current color palette, the clipboard settings and group parts on
                insertion flag etc. No changes is needed to current XP's.

                Peter
              • Bruce A. Carson
                Peter, I tested with the color palette you gave me and the values do not seem to be the actual default colors used by CC2 (I used Options Current Color... Use
                Message 7 of 23 , Jan 7, 2002
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                  Peter,

                  I tested with the color palette you gave me and the values do not seem to be
                  the actual default colors used by CC2 (I used Options\Current Color...\Use
                  Default PAL to make sure I was using the default palette).
                  The colors did not look right when I saved the drawing as an SVG file and
                  viewed the file in the browser so I
                  then did a screen capture of a color I selected at random:

                  Color #230 (from Default Palette.h is rgb: e30690)
                  From Screen Capture, actual color is: 9404e7

                  Do you have any idea where the discrepency is creeping in?

                  Thanks,
                  Bruce

                  -----Original Message-----
                  From: Peter Olsson [mailto:peter@...]
                  Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2001 1:54 PM
                  To: cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com
                  Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] RGB Color Value...


                  > Is there is a C/C++ version of PALETTE.CPY to save me some typing?

                  I have sent Bruce a copy by private e-mail. If anyone else needs a copy
                  please let me know.

                  Peter



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                • Peter Olsson
                  Hi Bruce. As I was afraid the color values for R and B are switched. The entry should read 9006e3. The small difference in values is probably due to color
                  Message 8 of 23 , Jan 8, 2002
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                    Hi Bruce.

                    As I was afraid the color values for R and B are switched. The entry should
                    read 9006e3.
                    The small difference in values is probably due to color matching. It picks
                    the nearest color for display.

                    I found a better declaration in the contour project (see below)

                    Let me know if this doesn't help.

                    Peter

                    DWORD DefaultPalette[256]={
                    0x000000000, // 0 = black
                    0x00000FF00, // 1 = green
                    0x000E00000, // 2 = red
                    0x0000000FF, // 3 = blue
                    0x000FFFF00, // 4 = yellow
                    0x00000FFFF, // 5 = cyan
                    0x000FF00FF, // 6 = magenta
                    0x000AF00FF, // 7 = purple
                    0x000FF6700, // 8 = orange
                    0x0006888FF, // 9 = light blue
                    0x000F89858, // 10 = sand
                    0x000A84800, // 11 = brown
                    0x000888838, // 12 = olive green
                    0x000006838, // 13 = forest green
                    0x000606060, // 14 = grey
                    0x000FFFFFF, // 15 = white

                    0x000100000, // 16 = button face
                    0x000110000, // 17 = button text
                    0x000120000, // 18 = button shadow
                    0x000FFF8E0, // 19 = eggshell paper color

                    0x000008080, // 20
                    0x000E87640, // 21
                    0x000678096, // 22
                    0x000509E65, // 23
                    0x000B1403D, // 24
                    0x000A84A79, // 25
                    0x000408080, // 26
                    0x0004393BE, // 27
                    0x0008080C0, // 28
                    0x000FFF0BD, // 29
                    0x00056ABAB, // 30
                    0x000FFF8E0, // 31

                    0x00025160B, // 32
                    0x000372110, // 33
                    0x000492C15, // 34
                    0x0005B371A, // 35
                    0x0006D421F, // 36
                    0x0007F4D24, // 37
                    0x000915829, // 38
                    0x000A3632E, // 39
                    0x000AD7445, // 40
                    0x000B7855C, // 41
                    0x000C19673, // 42
                    0x000CBA78A, // 43
                    0x000D5B8A1, // 44
                    0x000DFC9B8, // 45
                    0x000E9DACF, // 46
                    0x000F3EBE6, // 47
                    0x000080A3B, // 48
                    0x0000B0B57, // 49
                    0x0000E0C73, // 50
                    0x000110D8F, // 51
                    0x000140EAB, // 52
                    0x000170FC7, // 53
                    0x0001A10E3, // 54
                    0x0001D11FF, // 55
                    0x000362BFF, // 56
                    0x0004F45FF, // 57
                    0x000685FFF, // 58
                    0x0008179FF, // 59
                    0x0009A93FF, // 60
                    0x000B3ADFF, // 61
                    0x000CCC7FF, // 62
                    0x000E5E1FF, // 63
                    0x00003373B, // 64
                    0x000044F57, // 65
                    0x000056773, // 66
                    0x000067F8F, // 67
                    0x0000797AB, // 68
                    0x00008AFC7, // 69
                    0x00009C7E3, // 70
                    0x0000ADFFF, // 71
                    0x00025E2FF, // 72
                    0x00040E5FF, // 73
                    0x0005BE8FF, // 74
                    0x00076EBFF, // 75
                    0x00091EEFF, // 76
                    0x000ACF1FF, // 77
                    0x000C7F4FF, // 78
                    0x000E2F7FF, // 79
                    0x000062E17, // 80
                    0x000084422, // 81
                    0x0000A5A2D, // 82
                    0x0000C7038, // 83
                    0x0000E8643, // 84
                    0x000109C4E, // 85
                    0x00012B259, // 86
                    0x00014C864, // 87
                    0x0002ECE75, // 88
                    0x00048D486, // 89
                    0x00062DA97, // 90
                    0x0007CE0A8, // 91
                    0x00096E6B9, // 92
                    0x000B0ECCA, // 93
                    0x000CAF2DB, // 94
                    0x000E4F8EC, // 95
                    0x0000A3907, // 96
                    0x0000F5509, // 97
                    0x00014710B, // 98
                    0x000198D0D, // 99
                    0x0001EA90F, // 100
                    0x00023C511, // 101
                    0x00028E113, // 102
                    0x0002DFD15, // 103
                    0x00044FD2F, // 104
                    0x0005BFD49, // 105
                    0x00072FD63, // 106
                    0x00089FD7D, // 107
                    0x000A0FD97, // 108
                    0x000B7FDB1, // 109
                    0x000CEFDCB, // 110
                    0x000E5FDE5, // 111
                    0x0002D3A0C, // 112
                    0x00043560F, // 113
                    0x000597212, // 114
                    0x0006F8E15, // 115
                    0x00085AA18, // 116
                    0x0009BC61B, // 117
                    0x000B1E21E, // 118
                    0x000C7FE21, // 119
                    0x000CDFE39, // 120
                    0x000D3FE51, // 121
                    0x000D9FE69, // 122
                    0x000DFFE81, // 123
                    0x000E5FE99, // 124
                    0x000EBFEB1, // 125
                    0x000F1FEC9, // 126
                    0x000F7FEE1, // 127

                    0x0003B3709, // 128
                    0x00057500C, // 129
                    0x00073690F, // 130
                    0x0008F8212, // 131
                    0x000AB9B15, // 132
                    0x000C7B418, // 133
                    0x000E3CD1B, // 134
                    0x000FFE61E, // 135

                    0x000FFE837, // 136
                    0x000FFEA50, // 137
                    0x000FFEC69, // 138
                    0x000FFEE82, // 139

                    0x000FFF09B, // 140
                    0x000FFF2B4, // 141
                    0x000FFF4CD, // 142
                    0x000FFF6E6, // 143
                    0x0003A1D04, // 144
                    0x000562806, // 145
                    0x000723308, // 146
                    0x0008E3E0A, // 147

                    0x000AA490C, // 148
                    0x000C6540E, // 149
                    0x000E25F10, // 150
                    0x000FE6A12, // 151
                    0x000FE7A2C, // 152
                    0x000FE8A46, // 153
                    0x000FE9A60, // 154
                    0x000FEAA7A, // 155
                    0x000FEBA94, // 156
                    0x000FECAAE, // 157
                    0x000FEDAC8, // 158
                    0x000FEEAE3, // 159
                    0x0003A0303, // 160
                    0x000560403, // 161
                    0x000720503, // 162
                    0x0008E0603, // 163
                    0x000AA0703, // 164
                    0x000C60803, // 165
                    0x000E20903, // 166
                    0x000FE0A03, // 167
                    0x000FE251F, // 168
                    0x000FE403B, // 169
                    0x000FE5B57, // 170
                    0x000FE7673, // 171
                    0x000FE918F, // 172
                    0x000FEACAB, // 173
                    0x000FEC7C7, // 174
                    0x000FEE2E3, // 175
                    0x0003A071D, // 176
                    0x000560729, // 177
                    0x000720735, // 178
                    0x0008E0741, // 179
                    0x000AA074D, // 180
                    0x000C60759, // 181
                    0x000E20765, // 182
                    0x000FE0771, // 183
                    0x000FE2280, // 184
                    0x000FE3D8F, // 185
                    0x000FE589E, // 186
                    0x000FE73AD, // 187
                    0x000FE8EBC, // 188
                    0x000FEA9CB, // 189
                    0x000FEC4DA, // 190
                    0x000FEDFE9, // 191
                    0x0003A042B, // 192
                    0x00056063F, // 193
                    0x000720853, // 194
                    0x0008E0A67, // 195
                    0x000AA0C7B, // 196
                    0x000C60E8F, // 197
                    0x000E210A3, // 198
                    0x000FE12B7, // 199
                    0x000FE2CBF, // 200
                    0x000FE46C7, // 201
                    0x000FE60CF, // 202
                    0x000FE7AD7, // 203
                    0x000FE94DF, // 204
                    0x000FEAEE7, // 205
                    0x000FEC8EF, // 206
                    0x000FEE2F7, // 207
                    0x00034063B, // 208
                    0x0004A0757, // 209
                    0x000600873, // 210
                    0x00076098F, // 211
                    0x0008C0AAB, // 212
                    0x000A70BC7, // 213
                    0x000B80CE3, // 214
                    0x000CE0DFF, // 215
                    0x000D327FF, // 216
                    0x000D841FF, // 217
                    0x000DD5BFF, // 218
                    0x000E275FF, // 219
                    0x000E78FFF, // 220
                    0x000ECA9FF, // 221
                    0x000F1C3FF, // 222
                    0x000F6DDFF, // 223
                    0x00024063B, // 224
                    0x000360657, // 225
                    0x000480673, // 226
                    0x0005A068F, // 227
                    0x0006C06AB, // 228
                    0x0007E06C7, // 229
                    0x0009006E3, // 230
                    0x000A206FF, // 231
                    0x000AC21FF, // 232
                    0x000B63CFF, // 233
                    0x000C057FF, // 234
                    0x000CA72FF, // 235
                    0x000D48DFF, // 236
                    0x000DEA8FF, // 237
                    0x000E8C3FF, // 238
                    0x000FFDEF2, // 239
                    0x0001C1C1C, // 240
                    0x000282828, // 241
                    0x000343434, // 242
                    0x000404040, // 243
                    0x0004C4C4C, // 244
                    0x000585858, // 245
                    0x000646464, // 246
                    0x000707070, // 247
                    0x0007F7F7F, // 248
                    0x0008E8E8E, // 249
                    0x0009D9D9D, // 250
                    0x000ACACAC, // 251
                    0x000BBBBBB, // 252
                    0x000CACACA, // 253
                    0x000D9D9D9, // 254
                    0x000E8E8E8, // 255
                    };


                    ----- Original Message -----
                    From: "Bruce A. Carson" <bac@...>
                    To: <cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com>
                    Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 5:04 AM
                    Subject: RE: [cc2-dev-l] RGB Color Value...


                    > Peter,
                    >
                    > I tested with the color palette you gave me and the values do not seem to
                    be
                    > the actual default colors used by CC2 (I used Options\Current Color...\Use
                    > Default PAL to make sure I was using the default palette).
                    > The colors did not look right when I saved the drawing as an SVG file and
                    > viewed the file in the browser so I
                    > then did a screen capture of a color I selected at random:
                    >
                    > Color #230 (from Default Palette.h is rgb: e30690)
                    > >From Screen Capture, actual color is: 9404e7
                    >
                    > Do you have any idea where the discrepency is creeping in?
                    >
                    > Thanks,
                    > Bruce
                    >
                    > -----Original Message-----
                    > From: Peter Olsson [mailto:peter@...]
                    > Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2001 1:54 PM
                    > To: cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com
                    > Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] RGB Color Value...
                    >
                    >
                    > > Is there is a C/C++ version of PALETTE.CPY to save me some typing?
                    >
                    > I have sent Bruce a copy by private e-mail. If anyone else needs a copy
                    > please let me know.
                    >
                    > Peter
                    >
                    >
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                  • Peter Olsson
                    I actually had use for this technique today (thanks Mike!). If anyone else want to do this, here is the C-code to call GetPalAdr if present: typedef DWORD *
                    Message 9 of 23 , Jan 10, 2002
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                      I actually had use for this technique today (thanks Mike!).

                      If anyone else want to do this, here is the C-code to call GetPalAdr if
                      present:

                      typedef DWORD * (_stdcall *PCMDPADR)(void);

                      void MyFunc(void)
                      {
                      PCMDPADR GetPalAdr;
                      DWORD *CMap;

                      GetPalAdr=(PCMDPADR)GetProcAddress(MyXP.hMainInst, "_GetPalAdr@0");
                      if(GetPalAdr)
                      {
                      CMap=GetPalAdr();

                      // Do your stuff
                      }
                      }

                      Peter
                      ----- Original Message -----
                      From: "Mike Riddle" <mriddle@...>
                      To: <cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com>
                      Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 3:29 PM
                      Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] How to Determine Version -- was: RGB Color Value...


                      > The way to conditionally run a function is to use the WIN32 GetProcAddress
                      > function to get the address. If a non-zero value is returned you can use
                      that
                      > as a pointer to call the function. Using this rather convoluted technique,
                      > you do not force a requirement for the export to be present, although it
                      is
                      > quite tricky to get working in C.
                      >
                      > Mike Riddle
                    • Linda Kekumu
                      Hi :) What is the command to bypass the dialog for VSETs? I want to be able to control a large number of different View Sets from a Navigation Window. I have
                      Message 10 of 23 , Jan 12, 2002
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                        Hi :)

                        What is the command to bypass the dialog for VSETs?

                        I want to be able to control a large number of different View Sets from a
                        Navigation Window. I have all of the sets & Named Windows set up but I can't
                        seem to get the Navigation Windows to actually load any of the sets. I just
                        get error messages & then the Drawing View Sets dialog box comes up. I just
                        want to be able to bypass this & directly load a specific set.

                        Linda
                      • Linda Kekumu
                        Hi again, I thought I would try another approach, but I am not having any luck :/ Is there a way to select the active View Window through a hotspot? Or perhaps
                        Message 11 of 23 , Jan 12, 2002
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                          Hi again,

                          I thought I would try another approach, but I am not having any luck :/

                          Is there a way to select the active View Window through a hotspot? Or
                          perhaps someone here has an idea of how I can accomplish what I want to do.
                          CC2 is certainly capable of making the View Sets & Naming different views &
                          windows but recalling them through hotspots or macros seems to be not
                          possible. I do not want the users of this map to have to select a View set
                          or manually change the focus to a different window. I want to be able to
                          control these actions through a navigation window.

                          Here's my set-up:

                          1) 3 basic windows - a main window that contains the map I want people to
                          see
                          2) a small window that has a legend in it - this window changes depending on
                          what sheets they want to view on the map
                          3) a navigation window that contains the navigation bar - the hotspots to
                          hide & show sheets & to control the zoom areas of the map in the main
                          window.

                          Ok - this sounds like it should be simple to set up. Just make a bunch of
                          View sets & control them from the navigation window by simply loading the
                          different View Set depending on what the users picks. I can't figure out how
                          to bypass the Dialog box :/

                          So, I thought I would use SELAW to change the views. This works fine for the
                          main window but how do I switch the focus to the legend window to load a
                          different view in that window? I don't seem to be able pick a Window by name
                          & then change it's view. all that happens is that the current window (my
                          map) loads the legend view :/

                          Anyway, any suggestions as to what I might do would be appreciated.

                          Thanks!

                          Linda
                        • John Csaky
                          Linda, I am not sure if this is what you are looking for, but what I use is ZNAMEM (Zoom Named View Macro Version which bypasses the dialog.) Then you just
                          Message 12 of 23 , Jan 12, 2002
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                            Linda,

                            I am not sure if this is what you are looking for, but what I use is ZNAMEM
                            (Zoom Named View Macro Version which bypasses the dialog.) Then you just
                            need to have the Button link to the specific Macro.

                            John ICQ#413920

                            People would ask me if I am crazy,
                            I always try to reassure them by
                            saying,"No! We are definitely not!"

                            ----- Original Message -----
                            From: "Linda Kekumu" <lkekumu@...>
                            To: <cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com>
                            Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2002 9:53 PM
                            Subject: RE: [cc2-dev-l]still more questions


                            > Hi again,
                            >
                            > I thought I would try another approach, but I am not having any luck :/
                            >
                            > Is there a way to select the active View Window through a hotspot? Or
                            > perhaps someone here has an idea of how I can accomplish what I want to
                            do.
                            > CC2 is certainly capable of making the View Sets & Naming different views
                            &
                            > windows but recalling them through hotspots or macros seems to be not
                            > possible. I do not want the users of this map to have to select a View set
                            > or manually change the focus to a different window. I want to be able to
                            > control these actions through a navigation window.
                            >
                            > Here's my set-up:
                            >
                            > 1) 3 basic windows - a main window that contains the map I want people to
                            > see
                            > 2) a small window that has a legend in it - this window changes depending
                            on
                            > what sheets they want to view on the map
                            > 3) a navigation window that contains the navigation bar - the hotspots to
                            > hide & show sheets & to control the zoom areas of the map in the main
                            > window.
                            >
                            > Ok - this sounds like it should be simple to set up. Just make a bunch of
                            > View sets & control them from the navigation window by simply loading the
                            > different View Set depending on what the users picks. I can't figure out
                            how
                            > to bypass the Dialog box :/
                            >
                            > So, I thought I would use SELAW to change the views. This works fine for
                            the
                            > main window but how do I switch the focus to the legend window to load a
                            > different view in that window? I don't seem to be able pick a Window by
                            name
                            > & then change it's view. all that happens is that the current window (my
                            > map) loads the legend view :/
                            >
                            > Anyway, any suggestions as to what I might do would be appreciated.
                            >
                            > Thanks!
                            >
                            > Linda
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                          • Peter Olsson
                            Hi Linda, Try VSETM. It is included in the XPCC2.DLL file. The command is a hack to select from the dialog box. It calls the dialog boz and performs the
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                              Hi Linda,

                              Try VSETM. It is included in the XPCC2.DLL file. The command is a hack to
                              select from the dialog box. It calls the dialog boz and performs the
                              selection. To be able to do this it has to be the last command in the action
                              script. I don't think it is used anywhere so I'm not sure how well it works.

                              Peter

                              ----- Original Message -----
                              From: "Linda Kekumu" <lkekumu@...>
                              To: <cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com>
                              Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2002 2:56 AM
                              Subject: RE: [cc2-dev-l] loading a Set from a hotspot


                              > Hi :)
                              >
                              > What is the command to bypass the dialog for VSETs?
                              >
                              > I want to be able to control a large number of different View Sets from a
                              > Navigation Window. I have all of the sets & Named Windows set up but I
                              can't
                              > seem to get the Navigation Windows to actually load any of the sets. I
                              just
                              > get error messages & then the Drawing View Sets dialog box comes up. I
                              just
                              > want to be able to bypass this & directly load a specific set.
                              >
                              > Linda
                              >
                              >
                              >
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                            • Linda Kekumu
                              Hi Peter, Thanks! I will give this a try & report back the results :) Linda ... From: Peter Olsson [mailto:peter@pkdata.se] Sent: January 13, 2002 2:26 AM To:
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                                Hi Peter,

                                Thanks! I will give this a try & report back the results :)

                                Linda


                                -----Original Message-----
                                From: Peter Olsson [mailto:peter@...]
                                Sent: January 13, 2002 2:26 AM
                                To: cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com
                                Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] loading a Set from a hotspot



                                Hi Linda,

                                Try VSETM. It is included in the XPCC2.DLL file. The command is a hack to
                                select from the dialog box. It calls the dialog boz and performs the
                                selection. To be able to do this it has to be the last command in the action
                                script. I don't think it is used anywhere so I'm not sure how well it works.

                                Peter

                                ----- Original Message -----
                                From: "Linda Kekumu" <lkekumu@...>
                                To: <cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com>
                                Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2002 2:56 AM
                                Subject: RE: [cc2-dev-l] loading a Set from a hotspot


                                > Hi :)
                                >
                                > What is the command to bypass the dialog for VSETs?
                                >
                                > I want to be able to control a large number of different View Sets from a
                                > Navigation Window. I have all of the sets & Named Windows set up but I
                                can't
                                > seem to get the Navigation Windows to actually load any of the sets. I
                                just
                                > get error messages & then the Drawing View Sets dialog box comes up. I
                                just
                                > want to be able to bypass this & directly load a specific set.
                                >
                                > Linda
                                >
                                >
                                >
                                > To Post a message, send it to: cc2-dev-l@...
                                > To Unsubscribe, send a blank message to: cc2-dev-l-unsubscribe@...
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                                >
                                >



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                              • Mike Riddle
                                I don t think there is a macro command for that - In fact, VSETs is missing from V7 because we could find no one who used them. Obviously, I ll need to rethink
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                                  I don't think there is a macro command for that - In fact, VSETs is
                                  missing from V7 because we could find no one who used them. Obviously,
                                  I'll need to rethink that decision, and I'll see what I can do for a
                                  VSETM command.

                                  Mike

                                  Linda Kekumu wrote:

                                  >Hi :)
                                  >
                                  >What is the command to bypass the dialog for VSETs?
                                  >
                                  >I want to be able to control a large number of different View Sets from a
                                  >Navigation Window. I have all of the sets & Named Windows set up but I can't
                                  >seem to get the Navigation Windows to actually load any of the sets. I just
                                  >get error messages & then the Drawing View Sets dialog box comes up. I just
                                  >want to be able to bypass this & directly load a specific set.
                                  >
                                  >Linda
                                  >
                                  >
                                  >
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                                  >To Unsubscribe, send a blank message to: cc2-dev-l-unsubscribe@...
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                                  >
                                  >
                                  >
                                  >
                                • Linda Kekumu
                                  eeeep!! Ok - VSETM as Peter says is in XPCC2 works just fine as long as it is the last statement in the hotspot text & in the format of VSETM;defaultset; -
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                                    eeeep!!

                                    Ok - VSETM as Peter says is in XPCC2 works just fine as long as it is the
                                    last statement in the hotspot text & in the format of VSETM;defaultset; -
                                    note there is no final carriage return after the last ; as is required for
                                    most hotspot commands

                                    With VSETM I was able to set up my 3 windows & am able to control the
                                    contents of the Main map window from the Navigation bar window :) It is
                                    working just great.

                                    Linda


                                    -----Original Message-----
                                    From: Mike Riddle [mailto:mriddle@...]
                                    Sent: January 13, 2002 11:50 AM
                                    To: cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com
                                    Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] loading a Set from a hotspot


                                    I don't think there is a macro command for that - In fact, VSETs is
                                    missing from V7 because we could find no one who used them. Obviously,
                                    I'll need to rethink that decision, and I'll see what I can do for a
                                    VSETM command.

                                    Mike

                                    Linda Kekumu wrote:

                                    >Hi :)
                                    >
                                    >What is the command to bypass the dialog for VSETs?
                                    >
                                    >I want to be able to control a large number of different View Sets from a
                                    >Navigation Window. I have all of the sets & Named Windows set up but I
                                    can't
                                    >seem to get the Navigation Windows to actually load any of the sets. I just
                                    >get error messages & then the Drawing View Sets dialog box comes up. I just
                                    >want to be able to bypass this & directly load a specific set.
                                    >
                                    >Linda
                                    >
                                    >
                                  • Linda Kekumu
                                    Hi Mike, The only problem with using VSETM is that it is included in XPCC2, so........people who get the map & want to view it using the Viewer (this is the
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                                      Hi Mike,

                                      The only problem with using VSETM is that it is included in XPCC2,
                                      so........people who get the map & want to view it using the Viewer (this is
                                      the intended audience!) don't get to see the View Sets because XPCC2 is not
                                      part of the Viewer. So, I have a wonderful map, set up to be goof proof but
                                      the people it's intended for can't use it :/

                                      While VSETM works & does what I want it to, it causes the Dialog Box to
                                      flash on the screen while it's loading the set, this is a bit annoying but
                                      it's ok because there isn't any other way to accomplish what I needed to do.

                                      So, a VSETM that is core would be preferable - especially if it could bypass
                                      the Dialog box & let me load predefined sets by name without having the
                                      Dialog box flash on the screen :)

                                      Thanks!

                                      Linda


                                      -----Original Message-----
                                      From: Mike Riddle [mailto:mriddle@...]
                                      Sent: January 13, 2002 11:50 AM
                                      To: cc2-dev-l@yahoogroups.com
                                      Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] loading a Set from a hotspot


                                      I don't think there is a macro command for that - In fact, VSETs is
                                      missing from V7 because we could find no one who used them. Obviously,
                                      I'll need to rethink that decision, and I'll see what I can do for a
                                      VSETM command.

                                      Mike

                                      Linda Kekumu wrote:

                                      >Hi :)
                                      >
                                      >What is the command to bypass the dialog for VSETs?
                                      >
                                      >I want to be able to control a large number of different View Sets from a
                                      >Navigation Window. I have all of the sets & Named Windows set up but I
                                      can't
                                      >seem to get the Navigation Windows to actually load any of the sets. I just
                                      >get error messages & then the Drawing View Sets dialog box comes up. I just
                                      >want to be able to bypass this & directly load a specific set.
                                      >
                                      >Linda
                                      >
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