Subject: Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell? (Real Studio network user group Mailinglist archive)

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Subject: Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?   -   nstepp
  Re: Subject: Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?   -   Thomas Reed

Subject: Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?
Date: 13.12.02 07:13 (Fri, 13 Dec 2002 01:13:14 -0500)
From: nstepp
> Don't be so brash. I am convinced Carbon 6 Dev. Team is working on the
> mother of all killer apps, with the mother of all thank-you about
> window.

nyuk... for those with thinskins out there, realize that, depending on
the phrasing of your question, half of the listmembers will see the
forest; the other half'll see the trees.

nice that someone sat down and took the time to demonstrate an
elementary step-thru... i've just set up finder file/folder rename
abilities through a listbox (and had to get all the classing right so's
it could work in mirroring float/unfloated windows), and it can be a bit
of a tapdance. persevere; practice with a dedicated experimental
project, then apply what you figure out there to your main app.

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Re: Subject: Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?
Date: 13.12.02 17:09 (Fri, 13 Dec 2002 10:09:40 -0600)
From: Thomas Reed
> > Don't be so brash. I am convinced Carbon 6 Dev. Team is working on the
>> mother of all killer apps, with the mother of all thank-you about
>> window.
>
>nyuk... for those with thinskins out there, realize that, depending on
>the phrasing of your question, half of the listmembers will see the
>forest; the other half'll see the trees.

Actually, Charles' response had little to do with the phrasing of the
question. It had more to do with the fact that "Carbon 6 Dev. Team"
is notorious for single-line questions that would be easily answered
by 5 minutes looking in the documentation or stepping through code in
the debugger.