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Biterider:
Hello HSE
I want to bring this project back to life.  :biggrin:

I remember you mentioning that you had problems with the background colors of the right pane where the object information is displayed.
It would help me a lot if you could point out the problems you were having at the time so I can try to figure out what went wrong.

Thanks in advance for your help.

Biterider

HSE:
Hi Biterider!


--- Quote from: Biterider on December 19, 2020, 06:50:58 PM ---I want to bring this project back to life.  :biggrin:

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Fantastic  :thumbsup:. That was missing  :biggrin:


--- Quote from: Biterider on December 19, 2020, 06:50:58 PM ---I remember you mentioning that you had problems with the background colors of the right pane where the object information is displayed.

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If I remember well the main problem was I never could build the ObjAsm32 project. Then I can't see hardcoded colors in the "Dark" machine (what I see is useless :biggrin:),  possibly because HighContrast.

But meanwhile, in "Light" machine, some ideas borned...  :biggrin:

-  I think that could be interesting to replace part of *.ini file with session's files, in the way that you can load a different setting in each project.

-  If you open an specific browser configuration, still you can open another instance with a different configuration (for example the full list of objects)

- This is more complicated I think: When you open an specific project configuration the browser automatically show the ancestors of the project's objects.

But a project that build sound more than enough for now  :thumbsup:

Regards. HSE.


Biterider:
Hi
I'm making some progress with this project. It seems to be more difficult than initially stated, as the OCX container is a bit tricky in 64-bit.
In particular, the COM dispatcher needs a completely new algorithm to process VARARG calls.

Known issues are:

* problems with namespaces introduced in C.1.1
* COM dispatching problems
* interfaces are not detected at all
* instabilities that lead to a GPFIn case anyone wants to play with it, here is the binary.  :biggrin:

Regards, Biterider

Biterider:
Hi
I took a small step back in this project to check alternatives to the right object information pane.
I am currently using a web browser to render the content with all the complexities required to host it.
However, there is an alternative that could solve the problem and provide more flexibility: TextView. It has all the necessary formatting and interaction capabilities.
Making such a change is huge, but I think it's worth it.  :biggrin:

Biterider

HSE:
Hi Biterider!

Are you using hardcoded paths? I don't see nothing.

Regards, HSE.

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