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Real Name:  Beth [Hidden Last Name]
Title:  Software Developer
Website:  http://advbuspro.com
Joined: Jan 2001 (13 years ago)
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Primary Role:  Coder
Location:  Orlando, FL USA

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Posted to MB Topic: Convert To/From Paradox  « Paradox Board
49 days ago

Anonymous
   2. RE: Time to move on......again! By OzPaul

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Nothing New Since Your Last Visit 1. RE: Time to move on...
---Tony Hynes
Posted to MB Topic: Convert To/From Paradox  « Paradox Board
49 days ago

Anonymous
   2. RE: Time to move on......again! By OzPaul

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Time to move on...
I'm putting out some feelers with all of you, my long time Paradox colleagues, whom have loved Paradox for these many years, but feel that maybe it's time to start the long anticipated migration out of Paradox. At this time I have absolutely no idea as to what I'd like to move to.  We have a legacy product all built in Paradox 10 and primarily using Windows XP at this time.  I'm entertaining the idea of developing  in Windows 7 as there's a ticking time bomb on the availability of XP. Can any of you recommend different software development environments/languages that should be looked at?  Ease of migration is one factor, but not the decision maker. I appreciate any help you can provide!  Thanks as always! Beth,
Posted to MB Topic: Convert To/From Paradox « Paradox Board
56 months ago

Anonymous
--- Tony Hynes
49 days ago
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VK Keyboard Constants
Recently I've been trying to write some code to prevent my operators from getting into Windows via the Windows buttons on keyboards. I thought it may be as simple as determining the VK Keyboard constant and adding it to each form's keyphysical method. However, these buttons are not addressed in the Paradox Help Files for Paradox 10. Roll Eyes , , But I just found them today Eek! ....thought I'd put it out there for others, so that it will help you too., , VK_LWIN ; Left Windows Button, VK_RWIN ; Right Windows Button , , I just wanted to help in a small way. My way of saying a litle "thank you" to all of you who have greatly helped me over the years. Big Grin! , , Thanks,, , ABP
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms « Paradox Board
11 years ago

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Creating an .exe from Paradox
I feel like a retard asking this question, but here goes nothing. Is it possible to create a .exe from a Paradox form or script? Root question is:  I have a customer that needs to run a script that I've created in Paradox on a system that does not and can not house Paradox Runtime.  What are the possible solutions?,
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms « Paradox Board
53 months ago

mprestwood
Hi Beth, No such thing as a dumb question. Unfortunately your choices in this case are very limited. No, there is NO WAY to turn a Paradox application nor a single form, script, report, etc. into a self-running EXE. That was big on my wishlist for Paradox back in the 90s and I wish they would have done that, but no, it's just not possible. As for "real world" solutions for your particular situation, you are out of luck there too. You're onl...
53 months ago
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PGP Encryption
Has anyone had any experience with PGP Encryption via Paradox? We've worked with AES string and file method encryption via the Crooit Encryption Library.  But PGP is new territory.
55 months ago

abp
no, I have not located something yet.  Killing 2 birds with one stone would be awesome, but Delphi is not an option. Will most likely find some dll thru an Easter Egg Hunt on the web.  I found one today, but have not researched it yet...was just hoping some of my Paradox friends had already been there done that, and could point me in the right direction. You know how it is! ,
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poking around
no, I have not located something yet.  Killing 2 birds with one stone would be awesome, but Delphi is not an option. Will most likely find some dll thru an Easter Egg Hunt on the web.  I found one today, but have not researched it yet...was just hoping some of my Paradox friends had already been there done that, and could point me in the right direction. You know how it is! ,
55 months ago
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