Jens Fudge

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Jens Fudge added a new event 1 month ago

Workshop autumn 2018

Once again we are having a two day workshop in Denmark....

  • Tuesday, 23 October 2018 09:00
  • Hotel Hesselet, Christianslundvej, Nyborg, Denmark

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Jens Fudge - updated event, DAPUG - Workshop. Spring 2018 7 months ago
Jens Fudge - updated event, DAPUG Meetup 7 months ago
Jens Fudge added a new event 7 months ago

DAPUG Meetup

At this on-day meetup, free for members of Dapug, €20 for...

  • Monday, 12 March 2018 09:45
  • Archersoft, Vesterballevej 5, 7000 Fredericia, Denmark
Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicking MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

It could very well be a bug in the site software

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicking MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

I normally use Safari on a Mac, when I use a Windows machine, I normally use Chrome. On iPhone I also use Safari. On all three of these it works. I may have to hit refresh, but after that it works.

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicking MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

That's a very good point Paul. I have indeed used a similar way to animate the dialog into place on both Android and iOS. You can also make the dialog bubble up, spin in or any other ways of animation. It also looks cool if you use a bouncing animati

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicking MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

Hi aBarba. defining the fields as properties was meant to be an option in case you prefer that way. You are correct that in this example I do not use the properties. However, I do pass in the TNotifyEvents in the calling code in ShowDialog. So my gue

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicking MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

Hi Rebekah Thanks for your comments. I'll fix the errors you pointed out as soon as possible.You are welcome. Jens

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicing MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

Vigtig detalje... Tak

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicing MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

That may be the case... I have no idea.

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicing MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

You're welcome

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicing MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

Hi Bruce, thanks for pointing that out :-)

Jens Fudge posted a comment on Mimicing MessageDlg on mobile platforms 8 months ago

Sorry you can't see the pictures. I think its the community server or framework not displaying them properly every time. It works for me at the moment. Maybe refresh will help?

Jens Fudge added a new event 8 months ago

DAPUG - Workshop. Spring 2018

It's with great pleasure I can announce that the Spring...

  • Tuesday, 24 April 2018 09:00
  • Hotel Hesselet, Christianslundsvej 119, 5800 Nyborg, Denmark

Main FormThis blog post will describe one of the ways to mimic the behaviour of a MessageDlg, or any other modal form for that matter, in Delphi when running on a mobile device. Mobile devices, or more correctly the OS running on the mobile device ...

Main FormThis blog post will describe one of the ways to mimic the behaviour of a MessageDlg, or any other modal form for that matter, in Delphi when running on a mobile device. Mobile devices, or more correctly the OS running on the mobile device ...

Jens Fudge updated blog post Mimicing MessageDlg on mobile platforms in Blogs 9 months ago

Main FormThis blog post will describe one of the ways to mimic the behaviour of a MessageDlg, or any other modal form for that matter, in Delphi when running on a mobile device. Mobile devices, or more correctly the OS running on the mobile device ...

Jens Fudge updated blog post Mimicing MessageDlg on mobile platforms in Blogs 9 months ago

Main FormThis blog post will describe one of the ways to mimic the behaviour of a MessageDlg in Delphi when running on a mobile device. Mobile devices, or more correctly the OS running on the mobile device wont allow blocking code, so the tradition ...