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Cara Bereck Levy

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  1. Joe - I will look into it, thanks for the heads - up
  2. Hi - we have added this to the feature request list. I don't have a time line for development right now, but I certainly can see the need @SoCold, thanks for raising the issue! (and thanks to @Joe Tauser for tagging me )
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  5. @Ausman, both do run as Admin...but somehow, in the wonderful world of WinDoze....this issue comes up sometimes, but not often enough of consistently enough to be able to trouble shoot.
  6. Hi @Nanashi I did some checking :-) In the wish list. In general as a quick workaround you can use flat button to cover all buttons that you wish to hide. In the wish list. This can done via Project-level Actions, scroll down to the DOK actions: 4. A way to be able to change the black background of the Trends, or just enable the user to choose between white and black, eventually with the white to have a black default border to divide it from the surrounding buttons and labels. Already available in latest version: It wasn't - but it is now, in the Download/UpLoad topic Thanks for taking the time to contact us--it does sometimes take us time to respond, but we try
  7. Just wanted to let you know that such a mechanism is indeed in the to-do list. I don't have a 'when' at the moment, will update when I do.
  8. Thanks for cluing me in, Aus--done. That page had a button 'create support request' - the page would be blank if the user had not ever created a request But it is really much more logical to bring them to the support portal - which didn't exist when the forum was designed.
  9. Thanks for the additional information--I'm checking up on this :-)
  10. Aus, it's because you are married. I am absolutely positive that the words 'I do' automatically turns that 'whatzhisname' part of the male brain into a vestigial organ. On the female end, 'I do' enhances not only name recall, but the ability to remember the entire family calendar and todo list. As far as remembering useless (and occasional useful) fact, it's because we predate 'Google is your friend'. We are all accustomed to having to actually remember stuff. We're dinosaurs...
  11. Can someone explain the issue to me real slow with real simple words...? Seriously, I understand that a note should be added to the specs for clarification, but I'm not sure what that should be...
  12. But at any rate, nobody seems to remember what the logo originally stood for!
  13. Oy vey. This is as geeky as it gets!!!
  14. You are NOT--but I had to look up LCARS. I never made it to the Next Generation!
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  16. Wow-- @kpark, apologies. We are in the fall holiday cycle here, complete with a weekend bridge...I haven't been in the office since Wednesday... Please note that in addition to what @Ausman suggested (thanks Aus!), note that you can always: write to support@unitronics look in the Knowledgebase and open a support ticket at :https://support.unitronics.com/index.php We are headquartered in Israel, but we also have offices and a support staff in the US; since support staff is located in countries with different time zones and different holiday calendars we do cover most days of the year. The answer to your question is in the VisiLogic Help file - simply search for Asian, or CJK. I hope you already resolved your issue--again, apologies!
  17. And that looks like an excellent project! Would you consider doing an application story? pleeeze
  18. I really need to check in here on a more regular basis! LOL!!!
  19. @chrishavenga, I checked up--your request is in the to-do list, but has not yet been scheduled. Thanks for submitting it
  20. I have to admit I have never pulled cable. However, similar laws apparently govern fishing line :-)
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