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Re: warning printing help file?

Hi, Unfortunately our HTMLDocumentViewer does not support printing under Windows. We will add this feature to our wish list. A quick work around to print any page from the documentation (using any Internet Browser) is: 1. Navigate to the help page to print. 2. Click the "Source" button whi...
by fmadrid
29. Sep 2009, 10:09
 
Forum: Troubleshooting
Topic: warning printing help file?
Replies: 2
Views: 4729

Code Sniplets and Abbreviations

Code Sniplets and Abbreviations In a Workspace you can remember a piece of code as a so called "Code Sniplet" and later insert it whenever it's needed. These sniplets are shared among multiple workspaces (they are not lost, when a workspace window is closed). However, they are only persist...
by fmadrid
4. Dec 2008, 15:43
 
Forum: Tips and Tricks
Topic: Code Sniplets and Abbreviations
Replies: 0
Views: 3461

Is Smalltalk/X available for MAC OS?

Unfortunalety, Smalltalk/X is not available for MAC OS and, for the moment, there are no plans to support this platform.
by fmadrid
4. Dec 2008, 11:38
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Supported Platforms
Replies: 4
Views: 8420

Keyboard Mappings and Shortcuts

Keyboard Mappings and Shortcuts In Smalltalk/X, all keyboard events are translated by a so called keyboardMap before being passed to the application program. This is done in the class which does all the display interfacing (for the curious: it is done in DeviceWorkstation>>translateKey:). Keyboard m...
by fmadrid
3. Dec 2008, 18:51
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Keyboard Mappings and Shortcuts
Replies: 1
Views: 2699

Changing the View Style Appearance

Changing the View Style Appearance Smalltalk/X supports very flexible style settings to allow customization of the look of your views. This was done to make ST/X applications fit nicely into existing environments and enable you to setup things for a common picture (even if only part of your applicat...
by fmadrid
3. Dec 2008, 18:33
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Changing the View Style Appearance
Replies: 0
Views: 2183

What are Autoloaded Classes?

Autoloaded classes are loaded on demand, whenever the first message is sent to it (usually, an instance creation message). Technically, this is done by installing a stub class initially, which will fileIn the real class whenever first used and forward the message to the now-loaded real class. This m...
by fmadrid
3. Dec 2008, 18:15
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: What are Autoloaded Classes?
Replies: 1
Views: 2516

Smalltalk/X IDE - Powerful Tools

Smalltalk/X IDE - Powerful Tools Basic Tools * Launcher - the central tool for launching programming tools and showing smalltalk messages * Transcript - Shows Smalltalk Messages Programming Tools * System Browser - the main tool for programming in smalltalk * New System Browser - the new, improved b...
by fmadrid
3. Dec 2008, 17:56
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Smalltalk/X IDE - Powerful Tools
Replies: 2
Views: 4040

Supported Platforms

At present, Smalltalk/X is available for the following systems: System <CPU> Windows XP/Vista/2000/2003 <Intel/AMD x86> Linux 2.6/glibc2.6 <Intel/AMD x86/x86_64> Sun Solaris <Sparc,x86> We can, however, upon request provide versions for other systems, for example: FreeBSD / NetBSD HP-UX 11.x PARISC ...
by fmadrid
3. Dec 2008, 17:43
 
Forum: General Help
Topic: Supported Platforms
Replies: 4
Views: 8420

Smalltalk/X Application Deployment in Windows

Smalltalk/X Application Deployment in Windows ST/X includes support to generate self-installing NSIS (Nullsoft installable) packages. There is no requirement for bytecode or images to be packed with such a distribution (i.e. the package consists of an exe, a bunch of dll's and additional configurati...
by fmadrid
3. Dec 2008, 17:24
 
Forum: Programming Help
Topic: Smalltalk/X Application Deployment in Windows
Replies: 3
Views: 8981

Where to begin? - Smalltalk/X Programmers Guide

A good starting point for programmers is the "Smalltalk/X Programmers Guide" found here: http://live.exept.de/doc/online/english/programming/TOP.html There you will find information about: - Smalltalk language (Introduction and background information) - Window programming - Contexts, Stack...
by fmadrid
3. Dec 2008, 17:04
 
Forum: Programming Help
Topic: Where to begin? - Smalltalk/X Programmers Guide
Replies: 0
Views: 3828

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