About the Spreadsheet: Is it possible to not show the highlight for the current cell? I can use the SPRM_SETGLOBAL message to change the background colors to achieve this effect, but this overrides any cell-specific font settings.
Also, is it possible to tell what caused a SPRN_SELCHANGE notification, if it was a mouse click or a keyboard arrow key?
- Added SPS_NOFOCUS style. If set current cell selection will not get the cell selected colors.
- Addrd fclick member to SPR_SELCHANGE struct. If TRUE the selection was done by clicking the left mouse button.
I scanned all four above major downloads (in right-hand blue download panel) with Trend Micro and I see no problems. I also scanned the six lesser downloads above on the left and no problems. You should always check for yourself (and please comment with details as you find something), but one has to be suspicious of two near identical comments (without details) from different users followed by a spam comment. Cheers.
Could somebody be a bit more specific and user friendly here?
“You also need assembler and support files.”
So nu? Do I have to download the latest version of each assembler I want to use (NASM, MASM, etc.)? And how do I install or “link” them to RadASM? Or am I *totally* misunderstanding the statement here?
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But I downloaded it and loaded an rc file and no resource.h file was made. I also tried ResEdit and it wouldn’t even load the rc file without the resource.h. So then I thought maybe I need to compile the program myself, so I found some source code, but I don’t know what to configure. Nice program if it worked seamlessly into my vs c++ express. But since it doesn’t create a resource.h it has problems with it. Of course, its not too hard to make your own resource.h but that isn’t the point.
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