The following movie shows how you can insert, code and use the exg2antt and exschedule control, within the PowerBuider IDE

The following movie shows how you can insert, code and use the exg2antt and exschedule control, within the PowerBuider IDE. The idea is the same for any other /com exontrols. If you run PowerBuilder IDE on a Windows 64 machine, you need to install the x64 version of the control, else the x86 (32-bit) version of the component. If you need more help on how you can start using any exontrols on your PowerBuilder application, please make sure you have checked the Get Started page.

The following movie shows the first look of ExHelper/JS tool:

The ExHelper/JS tool helps you to find quick and easy the answers and source code for your questions about using our JavaScript components. The ExHelper/JS tool provides questions, answers and JavaScript source code for the following /JS components: eXBezier, eXCalendar, eXGantt, eXGauge, eXMenu, eXOrgChart, eXPivot, eXRadialMenu, eXScrollBar, eXSurface, eXSwimlane and eXTree. The ExHelper/JS tool is written in pure JavaScript and requires no third party libraries.

The following movie shows the Undo/Redo feature:

The Undo and Redo features let you remove or repeat single or multiple actions, but all actions must be undone or redone in the order you did or undid them Ė you canít skip actions. For example, if you change the value of three cells in an item and then decide you want to undo the first change you made, you must undo all three changes. To undo an action you need to press Ctrl+Z, while for to redo something you've undone, press Ctrl+Y.

The following movie shows the first look of eXGantt/JS:

If you are searching for "JavaScript Gantt", you can find the best, powerful, modern, high performance ... type of Gantt controls. We would like to present our HTML5 JavaScript Gantt, as the humble one. The following movie shows some features of our HTML5 JavaScript Gantt control that are missing from competitors. All /JS controls are HTML5 standalone-components, written in pure JavaScript from scratch, and use no third-party libraries.

The following movie shows the exg2antt's histogram:

The movie shows how you can represent different activities into the control's histogram (previously, it was not possible to cumulate activities of different types into the same graph). A histogram is a graphical representation that organizes a group of data points into user-specified ranges. Each activity or task has an effort that defines the vertical-size to represent it into the control's histogram. The control supports constant or variable-efforts. The variable-effort is defined by an expression that supports value, start and end keywords.
Oct27
ExFileView, 15.1.0.2
*NEW: FilterBarCaption property supports expressions, and UI Column's Filter
*Added: The FilterBarCaption property supports expressions, so its evaluated value defines the HTML caption to be displayed on the control's filter bar. By default, the FilterBarCaption property is empty, so the control's automatically computes the filter bar's label based on the filter of each column. If no filter is selected, no filter label is generated. The FilterBarCaption property supports the following predefined keywords: value or current ( defines the control's current filter label, as it is displayed ), itemcount keyword returns the number of all items within the control, visibleitemcount keyword indicates the number of visible items within the control ( negative value indicates that the control has a filter applied, equivalent with the Items.VisibleItemCount property ), matchitemcount keyword indicates the number of items that currently matches the control's filter ( negative value indicates that the control has a filter applied, equivalent with the Items.MatchItemCount property ), promptpattern keyword specifies the currently pattern for the filter's prompt ( this is eligible, if the FilterBarPromptVisible property includes the exFilterBarPromptVisible flag ), available keyword returns a list of columns that are currently not filtered, but available to be filtered for ( Column.DisplayFilterButton property on True ) as a HTML string, allui keyword returns a HTML caption that includes all columns with Column.DisplayFilterButton property on True, including the value for each column's filter if it is filtered, all keyword returns a HTML caption that includes all columns including the value for each column's filter if it is filtered. For instance, FilterBarCaption = "`<r>` + value" aligns the filter bar's label to the right, the "value replace `[` with `<fgcolor=808080>[` replace `]` with `]</fgcolor>`" shows the column's name with a different color, "`<b><r>` + value + `</b><fgcolor=808080>` + ( matchitemcount < 0 ? ( ( len(value) ? `<br>` : `` ) + `<r>` + abs(matchitemcount + 1) + ` result(s)` ) : ``)" displays the number of results in the control's filter bar and so on.
*Added: Ability to clear / select new filter value from the column's filter panel, if the user clicks the column's caption of the control's filter bar. The value, current, available, allui or all keyword of the FilterBarCaption property returns a HTML caption that includes the column's caption between [<b> and </b>] if the column is currently filtered ( shows as bold between brackets ), between <fgcolor=C0C0C0>[<s> and </s>]<fgcolor> if the column is not currently filtered ( shows in strikeout as gray between brackets ). The all, allui and available keywords uses the <fgcolor> </fgcolor> sequence (uncolored space) to separate the parts on the control's filter description. You can use predefined functions like replace to change the appearance of the column in the control's filter bar. For instance, "all replace `<s>` with `` replace `</s>` with ``" removes the strikeout effect for available and not-filtered columns, "allui replace `[<b>` with `<bgcolor=000000><fgcolor=FFFFFF><b> ` replace `</b>]` with ` </b></fgcolor></bgcolor>`" shows the filtered columns on white on a black background, "value + `<r>` + available replace `<fgcolor=C0C0C0>` with `<fgcolor=FF0000>`" shows the currently filter on the left, while the available filter on the right in red, 
*Added: The Items.MatchItemCount property retrieves the number of items that match the filter. If negative it indicates that a filter is applied, and its absolute value minus 1 specifies the count of items that match the filter criteria. If zero, no items are loaded into the control, and so no filter is applied. If positive, it indicates the total number of items within the control equivalent with the Items.ItemCount property. 
*Added: Items.VisibleItemCount property returns negative value, if the control has a filter applied. The negative value represents a formula of -( count + 1 ), where count indicates the number of matching items. For instance, if the Items.VisibleItemCount property returns -1, the count of matching items is 0, if -2, 1 matching item, if -3, 2 matching items, and so on.
ExCalendar, 19.0.0.3
*Added: PowerBuilder 21.0 sample
*Fixed: On some machines, the format keyword (within expression properties) provides more than 2 decimals for French(Canada) regional settings (for instance "12.3456 format ``" displays 12.3456 instead of 12.35)
Oct25
ExPivot, 16.0.0.2
*Added: FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptWords Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptStartWith filters for items that starts with the exactly the word (not partially).
*Added: FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptWords Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptEndWith filters for items that starts with the exactly the word (not partially).
*Added: FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptCaseSensitive Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptPattern filter items using the giving pattern (case-sensitive). For instance, "a*" filters for all items that starts with lowercase "a"
*Fixed: The FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptEndWith flag of FilterBarPromptType property filters more items than it should.
ExPropertiesList, 20.0.0.1
*Added: PowerBuilder 21.0 sample
*Fixed: The "Do you want to save changes to the design of form ''? Yes, No, Cancel" message occurs in MS Access, every time the form is closed in design mode
Oct20
ExSwimLane, 18.0.0.2
*Fixed: The BackColor/ForeColor properties of the /NET version are not serialized once the user changes in design mode (the control's background/foreground is set to the default value once the form is started)
*Fixed: The BackColor/ForeColor properties of the /NET version are not copied in design mode, when the user copies the control in design-mode using CTRL + C (copy) and CTRL + V (paste) combination
*Fixed: The Link.CustomPath property (XML attribute as well) is not properly restored on computers with regional settings other the English (United States)
ExScrollBar, 19.0.0.3
*Added: The expression properties supports `bias` constant that defines the difference, in minutes, between Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time. For example, Middle European Time (MET, GMT+01:00) has a time zone bias of "-60" because it is one hour ahead of UTC. Pacific Standard Time (PST, GMT-08:00) has a time zone bias of "+480" because it is eight hours behind UTC. For instance, date(value - bias/24/60) converts the UTC time to local time, or date(date('now') + bias/24/60) converts the current local time to UTC time
*Fixed: The "Do you want to save changes to the design of form ''? Yes, No, Cancel" message occurs in MS Access, every time the form is closed in design mode
*Fixed: On some machines, the format keyword (within expression properties) provides more than 2 decimals for French(Canada) regional settings (for instance "12.3456 format ``" displays 12.3456 instead of 12.35)

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