VISG: visual and smart GUI builder

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mrhx
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visg 0.92

Postby mrhx » Sep 13, 2007 21:18

Visual and smart GUI builder (VISG), version 0.92.
VISG got 20+ changes.
The main changes include:
+ The program interface is faster now and is better.
+ The Pascal and Basic generators have been tested on the last versions of the compilers.
+ Two new controls.
+ Several important bugs are fixed.
+ Now VISG supports controls with multiline captions.
It is recommended to update your old version.

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http://mrhx.ucoz.com/
mrhx
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VISG 0.93

Postby mrhx » Oct 07, 2007 23:58

Hi, all.

New version of visg is available (0.93).
It has 36 changes.
It is better and faster.
Pritchard
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Postby Pritchard » Oct 08, 2007 0:01

This version was released recently, right? I think I saw the download up earlier. A bunch of updates.
Don
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VISG 0.93

Postby Don » Oct 08, 2007 14:49

VISG 0.93 is looking good!

Keep up the good work.
mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Oct 08, 2007 17:05

Pritchard, I released the version this night.
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visg 0.932

Postby mrhx » Oct 10, 2007 15:54

I've made new small update.
New version is 0.932.
It has five fixes ( support windows2000, fast project opening, ... ).
Antoni
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Re: visg 0.932

Postby Antoni » Oct 11, 2007 11:35

mrhx:
features_en.txt wrote:+ VISG is free of charge yet.

What will be the future of Visg?
D.J.Peters
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Re: visg 0.932

Postby D.J.Peters » Oct 11, 2007 11:43

Antoni wrote:What will be the future of Visg?

“Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future.”
- Niels Bohr :-)
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Postby Antoni » Oct 11, 2007 11:47

Amen

I just wanted to warn people about that detail. The project is not open source...
mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Oct 11, 2007 17:10

I am thinking about making this project open source.
But I am also thinking about some additional payable version.
So, in any case, there will be free version with many abilities.

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I have thought a little... Visg is partially open source :)
It's because of opened plugins.
gedumer
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Postby gedumer » Oct 13, 2007 19:56

mrhx wrote:I am thinking about making this project open source.
But I am also thinking about some additional payable version.
So, in any case, there will be free version with many abilities.

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I have thought a little... Visg is partially open source :)
It's because of opened plugins.


I really don't care if it's open source or not. I only want to know if it's going to be free. You say even if you create a pay version "there will be free version with many abilities", but many abilities could mean anything you want it to mean. You could reduce functionality to the point that it's basically useless... or limit the number of lines it would generate in the free version, etc. The users here are basically your beta testers... for free. So I think it would be nice if you were upfront with us and let us know which direction you are going... free or commercial?
mrhx
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Postby mrhx » Oct 15, 2007 16:57

I want seeing Visg the free program.
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A Question...

Postby mrhx » Oct 25, 2007 18:52

I have a question to all of you.

Is it hard to read the word "VISG" for English-speaking person?

I've just thought that it may be complicated word, because there is no (a|e|u|i|o) letters between "S" and "G".

Am I right?
Pritchard
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Postby Pritchard » Oct 25, 2007 20:07

Well, it's hard to pronounce ;p Something like VISGJSKD would be hard, but VISG, or even POTATO, are all fairly easy on the eyes.

To pronounce, it only works if I pronounce it like, "VEE'ZJ' (slurred like szj)"
nobozoz
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Postby nobozoz » Oct 25, 2007 23:38

In my head I think, viz' jee or vis' jee when I see it in print. Never actually had to pronounce it for anyone.

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