RapaGUI 2.0 released

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Re: RapaGUI 2.0 released

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lazi wrote:
Wed Jul 28, 2021 1:06 pm

Do you plan to maintain the two plugins for the same area?
MUI Royale won’t get all of the higher level functions that RapaGUI has (like list views with checkboxes etc.) but there’s definitely something cool in for MUI Royale 2.0 that many MUI fans will probably love :)
ilbarbax wrote:
Wed Jul 28, 2021 1:25 pm
I downloaded the windows version and the Help is showing only the left treeview box while the detail windows is blank for any selection.
Actually I'm using the pdf manual.
Must be something with your pdf viewer. It looks correctly here.

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Re: RapaGUI 2.0 released

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Andreas,

no it is the .chm file with the problem, the pdf is fine.

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Re: RapaGUI 2.0 released

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airsoftsoftwair wrote:
Wed Jul 28, 2021 10:28 pm
MUI Royale won’t get all of the higher level functions that RapaGUI has (like list views with checkboxes etc.) but there’s definitely something cool in for MUI Royale 2.0 that many MUI fans will probably love :)
I'll look forward to it!
I'm on registered MorphOS using FlowStudio.

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Re: RapaGUI 2.0 released

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In zip of version for macOS there is no plugin for x86. Is it work on this version of macOS?

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Re: RapaGUI 2.0 released

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sashapont wrote:
Sun Sep 12, 2021 12:12 pm
In zip of version for macOS there is no plugin for x86. Is it work on this version of macOS?
RapaGUI 2.0 requires at least macOS 10.10 which is not available for x86. The last x86 version of macOS was 10.7. Supporting x86 on macOS doesn't really make that much sense anyway because only very few 32-bit x86 macOS systems actually exist.

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