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Suggestions for Forum

Postby Maria on Thu Nov 26, 2009 4:08 pm

Morten, I hope this is OK... thought I might put up some suggestions and let others do the same. If this isn't the right place, I won't be offended if you move or delete it.

I just have a couple of silly little things having to do with when I added this to my favorites (bookmarks). There doesn't seem to be a favicon which would be really nice so that I could have it on my links list without any text. Also, it would be nice if there were an obvious link to www.dyalog.com somewhere near the top of the page so that I can just have one favorite--for this forum and then just use this page to get to dyalog.com when I need it.
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Re: Suggestions for Forum

Postby Morten|Dyalog on Fri Nov 27, 2009 9:47 am

Hi Maria! Excellent suggestions, we will try to address them both next week. And yes, this is the right place to post them.
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Re: Suggestions for Forum

Postby Jason|Dyalog on Fri Nov 27, 2009 4:12 pm

The Favicon is done, I will sort the link at the beginning of next week.

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Re: Suggestions for Forum

Postby Dick Bowman on Tue Jul 06, 2010 2:27 pm

I'm wondering whether polls might be useful/educational. Not sure whether the underlying software has the capability.

Sort of poll I'm thinking about...

How do you design/code the user interface for your applications?
[a] There is no user interface, the APL session is sufficient
[b] PREFECT
[c] quadWC/WG/etc
[d] quadNEW
[e] .NET
[f] WPF/XAML
[g] APL is called by external code (for example VB)
[h] Other (please tell us more)

I can see snags.

Maybe Dyalog has other ways of finding out what we are all up to.
Visit http://apl.dickbowman.com to read more from Dick Bowman
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