No worries, I figured it might have. I know you were busy and away a lot that week. I’ve been busy doing huge changes to my projects too, so I wasn’t rushed for these updates anyway.
Yeah, I know the image layover is a possibility… but I was also interested in being able to change other aspects of the form, such as the gui refresh rate (if it’s even possible without a restart of cabbage), and perhaps the window name too. That’s not really an important feature to me tho, was just something I thought could be cool and useful in a few very specific situations.
It doesn’t! That’s part of what I’m pointing out… the example shows that it should be possible in two places, tho it doesn’t work… and the docs make no mention of it at all.
I’ll take another look at this, and my previously sent example… IIRC the problem was when setting both fontcolours from an imported group of widgets, I think they would crash or create some other strange parsing oddity. Honestly it’s been a few weeks since I tested the problem
Also an oddity with checkboxes was setting only fontcolour() works normally outside of imported widgets with both states using the color, but in imported widgets you end up with two different colors between states. It’s a pretty subtle bug, especially depending on what font colors you’re using. Try using a really bright fontcolour(), it makes the change with state easier to notice.
Fantastic, that should allow me to clean a few unnecessary UDOs and identchannels just for flipping text on my checkboxes I’ll give it a shot tonight.