Re: [NTB] NTP7b6 Feedback: Some Remaining Bugs-Cursor
- Hi Art,
>> There is no standard Windows cursor with a plus sign for drag-copy. OfHere's what's available with the standard Windows UI:
>> course, applications can use their own bitmaps for specific tasks.
>> However, NoteTab just uses the standard cursors available to it.
> Thank you for responding.
> I didn't say standard Windows cursor - I said standard Windows UI.
> Are there two (or more), different (overlapping), UIs embedded in
> Windows? If so, that is a major design flaw in Windows.
You can see images of those cursors on this page:
> Notetab Std adds the little plus sign while the Cntrl key is pressed,Well, there is an explanation in Help about the differences between
> NotePro does not. What are the "cursors available" to them and why
> are they different? Please don't say because you are using different
> input controls as that begs the question: why use different controls.
NoteTab Std/Light and Pro. They are based on completely different types
of input controls.
I've decided to post a separate email with the subject "Differences
between NoteTab Std/Light and Pro explained" that will hopefully help
you better understand what's going on.