So in order not to waste lots of time I’ll find some app which is providing the same functions drawing all the controls natively without harmonious system of crutches and props and without dancing with the tambourine around my computer. Posted August 15, Posted September 22, For example my attempt to write code for Zion style tabs in wxWidgets resulted in success took about half an hour to understand how it works and to write the needed code:. I’ve already used it in my project, found it to be appropriate for my needs and it’s what I’d use for ApexDC. Here is one of the reasons:
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You can select only one license and not the one what suits you. Posted September 25, Register a new account. Is there a possibility to apexdc++ 1.5.6 it? Create an account or sign in apexvc++ comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. That comes straight from apexdc++ 1.5.6 wiki so it might be apexc++ the info is bit dated but I believe still valid.
Yes, I plan to apexdc++ 1.5.6 an announcement regarding this soon. Qt doesn’t have true native ports like wxWidgets does. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. I also like the way Qt looks and the fact that its appearance can be easily changed.
Sounds like a good initiative. If you want to make sure you aren’t forgotten about you can PM apexdc++ 1.5.6 with your interest and what distribution you use. Posted August 16, Today, I think it’s important to have a cross-platform version instead of several separate projects. Posted March 19, The situation is unclear, since, as you apexdc++ 1.5.6, the authors say it both ways. Apexdc++ 1.5.6 porting to Linux: Qt uses the native graphics APIs of each platform it supports, taking full advantage of system resources and ensuring that applications have apexdc++ 1.5.6 look and feel.
I’m liking the productiveness of this topic, let’s not forget we are all wanting the same thing. I asked Free Software Foundation about this. Posted October 6, So in order not to waste lots of time I’ll find some app which is providing the same functions drawing all the controls natively without harmonious system of crutches and props and without dancing with the tambourine around my computer.
Posted November 10, qpexdc++ Anyway my experience is with Qt and that’s what I want to learn. In an attempt to move this on to something a bit more relevent and away from the school yard politics. Also it has an interesting widget wxAuiNotebook that can help Apex to leave its “classic” look. Posted January 29, Actually the webserver code has some win32 dependant bits, see WebServerSocket:: YesQt does indeed do its own drawing but there are various backends it can use to do that including one using OpenGL and apexdc++ are apdxdc++ considered to make it faster.
Love to see the native apps though. We just need to get 1.
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Ok so I am not a programmer, i can hack code and script. Apex is way ahead of apexdc++ 1.5.6 curve in DC Clients so it would be great to see this innovation coming to Linux too! Sign In Sign Up.