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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Busy Cursor Thanks + Q re missing GUI elements

From: Richard Terry
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Busy Cursor Thanks + Q re missing GUI elements
Date: Tue, 3 Aug 2004 08:10:59 +1000
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Hey, that's really cool, works well. Thanks heaps.


I'm in the process of doing the icons for the gmDemographics toolbar.

1) all sections will probably need a print/save button. Do you think we should 
have these permanantly on a 'mini' tool bar next to whatever the other tool 
bar is when it is loaded in - or unique to the toolbar imported (probably my 

2)Note that when gnumed boots up that the clinical sections such as 
vaccinations/allergies now have own tabs on the bottom, wheras design wise 
they shouldn't appear until the clinical tab is clicked on, and then be 
linked to buttons on the top tool bar, not tabs on the bottom.

3)Also the tabbed lists and scratch pad and reminders/recalls panel has 

4)Also currently the only way to get access to the patients tab is AFTER one 
loads a patient. We need to think up some way to access this any time. Has 
there been any debate about a completely stand alone 'Office' component to 
gnuMed, which would contain things like patient demographics/billing/recall 
maintenance etc etc.

Any comments/advice etc


On Tue, 3 Aug 2004 04:52 am, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> > To whoever may be capable/interested. From the wxPython list are some
> > code snippets for setting the cursor to (I think) hourglass whilst doing
> > something (such as finding patient record).
> >
> > Snipped are a few messages saying what works/doesn't. Perhaps someone
> > with the ability can insert this say in the find-patient to actually
> > indicate the program is doing something.
> Did so.
> Karsten

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