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[Gnumed-devel] Fwd: lack of rtf wigit

From: richard terry
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Fwd: lack of rtf wigit
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 2002 19:50:17 +1000
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Subject: lack of rtf wigit
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 2002 19:49:59 +1000
From: richard terry <address@hidden>
To: Ian Haywood <address@hidden>

Yes, In VB just use a rich text box. It seems a bit of an oversight that such
a common file format is not supported in wxPython.


On Sunday 04 August 2002 7:17 pm, you wrote:
> On Sat, 3 Aug 2002, richard terry wrote:
> > Some general comments re this one, and please could I get feedback from
> > multiple people, I'll explain below why, as there are many options in the
> > design.
> [snip]
> > 3)Referrals_savedletters.png shows the result once the letter is saved.
> > My code created a rich text file and saved it with the specialists
> [snip]
> > hand side of the screen in it's entireity, where it can be re-read, or
> > re-printed, or edited and resaved under a different file name.
> I assume you are using some sort of VB wigit to display RTF files.
> Guess what feature wxWindows doesn't have (yet) :-(
> RTF is still a good option, IMHO, because we can use Word in Windows/Mac
> and AbiWord in Linux, but it will have to be run as separate program, it
> can't be 'embedded' in GNUMed, AFAIK.
> Another option is to edit the letter body as plain text, which is inserted
> into an HTML letter template. (wx can print and show HTML, of course)


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