Fire (and handle) custom events

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Re: Fire (and handle) custom events

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PEB wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 3:12 am
Please also add this to the list:
*Support for SetTrayIcon() with RapaGUI.
Actually, this is already on the agenda :)

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Re: Fire (and handle) custom events

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Woohoo!

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Re: Fire (and handle) custom events

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PEB wrote:
Tue Sep 24, 2019 10:05 pm
Off topic (though related to RapaGUI 2.0):
(Using the IPC library with RapaGUI would be nice too.)

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- New: RapaGUI now supports inter-process communication via Hollywood's CreatePort() and SendMessage()
  functions; this is especially useful on macOS and Linux where Hollywood doesn't have inbuilt IPC support
  yet; you can just use RapaGUI now to workaround this Hollywood limit

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Re: Fire (and handle) custom events

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Awesome!

Thanks, Andreas!

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Re: Fire (and handle) custom events

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PEB wrote:
Sun Nov 10, 2019 3:12 am
Please also add this to the list:
*Support for SetTrayIcon() with RapaGUI.

Thanks.

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- New [Windows]: RapaGUI also supports Hollywood's SetTrayIcon() function now which can be used to install
  an icon in the system tray for your app

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Re: Fire (and handle) custom events

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PEB wrote:
Tue Sep 24, 2019 10:05 pm
Off topic (though related to RapaGUI 2.0):
Not wanting to add more to your workload, but I was wondering if functions such as HidePointer() will work with Hollywood displays inside RapaGUI windows in version 2.0?

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- New: Hollywood class supports Hollywood's SetPointer(), HidePointer(), ShowPointer(), and MovePointer()
  functions now; this allows you to set the mouse pointer that should be shown when the mouse is over
  a widget of type Hollywood class

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