Dave Page a écrit :
> Guillaume Lelarge wrote:
>> Dave Page a écrit :
>>> I'm currently thinking the way forward is to do the following:
>>> - Allow the user to create shell types. This would be another option
>>> alongside Composite, Enumeration and External.
>>> - Populate the combo boxes for the aforementioned functions when the
>>> user changes to the tab they're on, using the type name entered on the
>>> first tab to select the appropriate functions.
>> Your first idea seems much more simple to code than the second one but
>> it's more work for the user... but, as you say, no one sent report on
>> this issue, so I'm all for the first idea.
> Those two are individual parts of the same idea. We'd need to do both :-(
Oops. I didn't understand this. This probably means I should go to bed
> Idea number one is the more complex one in which the user can create the
> required functions as part of the process of creating the type - ie. we
> spawn sub-dialogues in which the functions can be defined as required.
I need to take a better look at this. I know the contents of second tab
depend on which kind of type we want to create, but I thought it was
easy to do.
Sorry about this...
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