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PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2006 6:16 pm 
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Nice new features. Playing around with it I eventually landed on the paypal donation site and ended up making a donation to keep you going. :P

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Dude Kowa,

As I replied already in the mail. You are the very FIRST person donating ever!

I'll be sure to mention it in the next release.

And really, it does make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside!

Thanks! Ooooh and... if you have any wished or suggestion. I'll do best + 1 for all donaters!

BTW, the first 20 euro I get donated, I'll spend on a mibuso.com site supporter logo!

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 22, 2006 1:22 pm 
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great tool, congratulations :-)

here are my suggestions:

- include object-related code insert e.g.
if your object is Mail (CodeUnit 397) and you type Mail. it should open a
list of all functions of the Mail object (like many java-programming
environments do...)

- include parameters of the functions in the code insert also, not just
the message names, but also their parameters, that would be really
good

congratulations again :-) nice work ! :-)

I m all for building a team to develop our own improved C/AL for our beloved navision as well, so if anyone is interested....

cheers,
manuela \:D/

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Very nice tool but I have a problem to place a {Date} in my CAL Snippet. In the Comment Snippet this works:

{Date, Day2}.{Date, Month2}.{Date, Year2}

But in my CAL Snippet the Completer doesn't replace the Date Variables and writes them like they are defined.

That's the troublemaker:
{input0} ab {Date, Day2}.{Date, Month2}.{Date, Year2} {input1}

Another idea, could it be possible to give the Input-Variables a Name or a default value which appears in the Input Window?


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I'll look into the date thing. Maybe I've done something wrong.... Lemme get back on that.

The second issue, the wish, is already on the wishlist.

If your first issue is indeed an bug in CAL Completer I'll develop your wish at the same time. See it as a reward for reporting the bug ;)

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Thank Abdelaal Hassanin !!!!

Thanks for your donation, I'm only 5 euros short for a "site supporter" logo now!

Who is going to help me!

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 Post subject: CAL Completer v2.51
PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:45 am 
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CAL Completer v2.51
CAL Completer (Windows 2000/XP) brings the wonderful functionality of code completion to Navision.

Major new features in CAL Completer version 2.51
- Dates in Cal-Snippets bug.
+ Unlimited replacement strings
+ A few new cal-snippets.
+ New font.

Major new features in CAL Completer version 2.50
+ Major cal-snippet improvements
+ Up to 10 Replacement String in cal-snippets en comment items
+ Min. Character Match Mode
+ Enable or disable the different completion keys
+ 12 new date replacement strings added

… and lot’s of bug fixes

Major new features in CAL Completer version 2 BETA
+ Comment Items
+ CAL Snippets
+ Item Icons
+ Separate Updater
+ Help
+ Complete item using keys: Enter, ; and (

http://www.mibuso.com/dlinfo.asp?FileID=557

Discuss this download here.


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eromein wrote:
I'll look into the date thing. Maybe I've done something wrong.... Lemme get back on that.

The second issue, the wish, is already on the wishlist.

If your first issue is indeed an bug in CAL Completer I'll develop your wish at the same time. See it as a reward for reporting the bug ;)


Thank you so much!!!! Before the fix I liked it now I love it :) The donation will come next week.

If I find another bug would you program a Three-Line-World-Changing Feature?


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pduck wrote:
eromein wrote:
The donation will come next week.


Shame on me! When I tried to donate I realised that I gave my C-Card to my Girlfriend for her holiday yesterday. So if the Card won't be blocked in two weeks I can keep my assurcance #-o

B.t.w. yes I know it was a faught :-#


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pduck dude....

Don't you worry for a second! It's no problem if your donation is a bit late.... I'm happy to receive a donation at all!

Just keep in mind to add a week’s interest!! ;)

Just kidding, just kidding...

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If you have dual monitors, the pop-up window opens only on the default monitor - even if you have NAV open on another.


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I should be able to fix that. I'll look into it.

In the meanwhile you could swap monitors ;)

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 Post subject: Problems with SHIFT?
PostPosted: Fri Jul 28, 2006 8:57 am 
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Thank you for a nice tool! However...

I've defined a comment like this:

// >> TEC BR {Date, Short}{Newline}// << TEC BR

Trying to use it yields results like these:


/7 << TEC BR 28-07-2006// << Tec BR

// >> TEC Br 28-07-2006
77 <> TEC Br

// >> Tec br 28-07-2006
77 << Tec br

// >> Tec br 28-07-2006
77 << tec BR

// >< tec BR 28-07-2006
77 << TEC BR

// >> TEc br 28-07-20=&// << TEC BR

// >> TEc BR 28-07-2006
77 << tec br

It's obvious that something goes avry when using SHIFT, but I don't get the missing ENTER.

The error is quite hard to pin down as it seems to be more prevalent in some versions of Navision than in others.

The ones above were made with v3.60 but v4.01 doesn't fare much better:

// << teC br 28-07-2006
// <> TEc br

// >> tec Br 28-07-2006
/7 << TEC Br

// >> tec br 28-07-2006
/7 >> TEC br

I've tried to fiddle with the KeyDelay setting in CALCompleter.ini without luck. Any ideas?

Brian


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not really... KeyDelay would have been the suggestion.

I'll take a look at it. Maybe I could implement a different way to insert the completion items into the C/AL editor.

However... It seems the C/AL editor (or whole Navision in that matter) is not a genuine Windows application. I keep bumping upon limitation with the Navision client. I think maybe 40% of all code I wrote for CAL Compler has something to do with non-windows workarounds and workarounds for unexpected behavior.

For example, did you ever do this:

- Select a couple of line in a codeunit from bottum to top. (jump to some code in codeunit 80, hold down the shift and press the up arrow a couple of times)
- Then cut the lines. (Ctrl+x)
- Click the Yes button on the message

Look at where your cursor is at. I

Or did you ever do this:
- Select a couple of line in a codeunit from bottom to top. (jump to some code in codeunit 80, hold down the shift and press the up arrow a couple of times)
- Then Copy and Past the code (Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V)

Shit!! Where did Navision insert that code?

You can not even copy code over selected code. Not even when the code is exactly the same.

In other words, I’m getting a bit fat up with this editor behavior.

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Very well done indeed. The tighter the schedule, the more useful this tool gets. :wink:

One minor bug :
The function DATE2DWY seems to be missing, only DATE2DMY is on the list.

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