Re: things to do

David S. Cargo (
Thu, 5 Mar 1998 15:33:00 -0600

Date: Thu, 5 Mar 1998 15:33:00 -0600
From: (David S. Cargo)
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Subject: Re: things to do

> David: Then I wait for you assigning me a piece to write code for.

If you check with Corey to make sure he isn't already working on it,
I would certainly like you to work on the HTML options preview buttons.

As input, they would access global variables from the HTML options page
(a checkbox, 3 radiobuttons, 3 entry variables, and maybe some other
things I don't remember).

Certainly, a standalone proc that doesn't require global variables could
be written that could be called by the command that's activated by the
button press.

One suggestion that Corey had was that each time the preview button
was pushed a new toplevel window would be created. That way the user
could change parameters, push preview and see the results, change the
parameters again, push preview again and see different results. Since
both windows would continue to exist, the user could compare the results
in the windows.

If Corey is working on the preview windows, work on the splash screen