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guest65109:

--- Quote from: valdir.marcos on January 06, 2020, 01:06:53 am ---
--- Quote from: mr.coll on January 05, 2020, 06:23:01 pm ---p/s: Sorry, I'm rude again.
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--- Quote from: mr.coll on January 05, 2020, 06:24:50 pm ---p/s: Sorry for being rude.
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--- Quote from: mr.coll on January 05, 2020, 06:39:36 pm ---I would rather quit.
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Being patient is a virtue.
Being rude doesn't help and it's considered as a moral harassment in a paid environment and as a valid social exclusion reason on a voluntary environment...
Please, be more careful with your needs, feelings and words.

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At least I'm sure with you that I don't want to be rude.

benohb:

--- Quote from: mr.coll on January 06, 2020, 04:56:56 am ---
--- Quote from: Fred vS on January 05, 2020, 07:05:18 pm ---Hello.

Sorry mr.coll for the confusion.

There are 2 fpGUI flavors: the "pure fpGUI" and the "LCL/fpGUI".

The "LCL/fpGUI" uses the LCL developed by the Lazarus team that uses the fpGUI widgetset, like it does with other widgetset (GTK, Qt, Carbon, ...).

This "LCL/fpGUI" is in development but not yet operational, some widgets are not yet working (Tfpg_label for example).

"LCL/fpGUI" is provided in Lazarus source, but, IMHO, not already ready to use.

But, a contrario, the "Pure fpGUI" version is perfectly working and easy to use.
And with "Pure fpGUI" you will have lighter, faster, stronger executables, without any dependencies.

All the infos that I give you in previous posts are about "Pure fpGUI".

Fre;D

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So I have to code pure fpgui by hand? Is there any form designer?

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Designer in "/fpGUI/uidesigner/" folder

Fred vS:
> So I have to code pure fpgui by hand? Is there any form designer?

fpGUI has his own designer, you have to compile it first (there is a Lazarus lpi file included):
https://github.com/graemeg/fpGUI/blob/maint/uidesigner/uidesigner.lpi

You may also use uidesigner_ext that is a extended version of official fpGUI-designer.

It has many other options and features.
Here compiled releases ready to use for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD:
https://github.com/fredvs/uidesigner_ext/releases

You may take a look at Eschecs project, by Roland Chastain, it is done using fpGUI, BGrabitmap and uos:
https://github.com/rchastain/eschecs

Fre;D


valdir.marcos:

--- Quote from: benohb on January 06, 2020, 05:09:19 am ---
--- Quote from: mr.coll on January 06, 2020, 04:56:56 am ---
--- Quote from: Fred vS on January 05, 2020, 07:05:18 pm ---Hello.

Sorry mr.coll for the confusion.

There are 2 fpGUI flavors: the "pure fpGUI" and the "LCL/fpGUI".

The "LCL/fpGUI" uses the LCL developed by the Lazarus team that uses the fpGUI widgetset, like it does with other widgetset (GTK, Qt, Carbon, ...).

This "LCL/fpGUI" is in development but not yet operational, some widgets are not yet working (Tfpg_label for example).

"LCL/fpGUI" is provided in Lazarus source, but, IMHO, not already ready to use.

But, a contrario, the "Pure fpGUI" version is perfectly working and easy to use.
And with "Pure fpGUI" you will have lighter, faster, stronger executables, without any dependencies.

All the infos that I give you in previous posts are about "Pure fpGUI".

Fre;D
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So I have to code pure fpgui by hand? Is there any form designer?
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Designer in "/fpGUI/uidesigner/" folder
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--- Quote from: Fred vS on January 06, 2020, 03:08:28 pm ---> So I have to code pure fpgui by hand? Is there any form designer?

fpGUI has his own designer, you have to compile it first (there is a Lazarus lpi file included):
https://github.com/graemeg/fpGUI/blob/maint/uidesigner/uidesigner.lpi

You may also use uidesigner_ext that is a extended version of official fpGUI-designer.

It has many other options and features.
Here compiled releases ready to use for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD:
https://github.com/fredvs/uidesigner_ext/releases

You may take a look at Eschecs project, by Roland Chastain, it is done using fpGUI, BGrabitmap and uos:
https://github.com/rchastain/eschecs

Fre;D
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Very interesting.

devEric69:

--- Quote ---Here compiled releases ready to use for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD:
https://github.com/fredvs/uidesigner_ext/releases
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Thanks for sharing (here's a screenshot of the fpGUI's compiled designer, to create X11 \ X.org compatible windows - among others - in a RAD way; and I saw that in the sources, there are also dialog boxes, a TfpgFieldDataLink, ...).

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