On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 05:39:51AM +0000, Jim Busser wrote:There is no usable rich text editor available within wxWidgets.
> Richard got me to thinking when he wrote offlist
> > I've taken the approach in my software I aways would have liked gnuMed to take
> > - my progress notes are a plain sheet of paper - rich text editor,
I should like to see evidence to the restrictiveness of SOAP.
> > and A4
> > page, no subdivision into restrictive categories like SOAP.
It is about as restrictive as saying:
Money in an account is either debit or credit.
> that as far as I can recall, GNUmed wishes it to be the
> clinicians' decision whether they wish to manage their notes
> granularly (splitting out S vs O vs A vs P notes) or whether
> to input their narrative as free-form.
Indeed. If someone were to write such a plugin GNUmed could
> GNUmed could make this easier if it would provide a clone
> of the Notes plug in (call it SOAPless notes) whose right
> side would provide a single edit area.
provide one. It might - behind the scenes - default the SOAP
category to NULL = NONE = administrative.
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