Thank you Kanopus.
I can see this now
it will be fixed in next version
You 've made a great tool!
I have one bug for you:
When I edit a line and select activity, after the save I get the error "Error while opening the file : error n°9 Description: Subscript out of range" when i try to reopen the file.
AND i have some suggestions:
- When I select an item it would be usefull to see somewhere its label.
- Please, fix the tab index at the dialogs.
- Implement the default and cancel button at dialogs (at Enter the OK button sould be clicked-pressed, at Escape the Cancel button sould be clicked-pressed).
- I use three languages at the Label property. So at the program settings and default languages so when I create a new item all these labguages will be there (empty). Now there is onlly French.
The rest are working perfect !!! If you fix the activity bug I think that I'll fall in love with you!
Waouhhh... So I'm gonna fix it immediately -If you fix the activity bug I think that I'll fall in love with you!
But, I don't encounter any bug in saving polylines now...
I have tried to create a new polyline with an activity: I save the polyline then I save the typ file. And the polyline is still in the file. I close TYPViewer, reopen it with the saved file and the polyline with activity is still here.
Then I have made the same test but with an existing polyline: I modify a polyline without activity in a polyline with activity: all works correctly like in previous test.
Are you sure that the line with activity disappeared?
In TYPViewer , polylines are sorted by activity: first , all the lines without activity ( sorted by types) then all the lines with "Walking" activity, then all the lines with "Hiking" activity etc..
So, when you change activity for a line, this is moved to the other lines with the same activity.
Please tell me exactly what change you have made (creating a polyline or modifying one existing polyline) , in which typ file
Thank you kenta2
You have translated lines #665 to 681 but there are also 4 other new lines : #28, #539, #540 and #541 (I have forgotten to mention it on my web page)