David Adams | 1 Jul 01:19 2011
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Re: Problems with WebArea and PDF display on OS X

So, what everyone is saying is that it's just me ;-)

As people seem to want to know:

* 10.6.8 with all software update patches applied.

* Adobe Reader 10.1.0.

* Most recent MacBook Pro series - Core i7.

* /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/AdobePDFViewer.plugin version 10.1.0*

* ~/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/   - no plug-in.

Pulling out the plug-in solved the problem.

It seems like this trick is pretty common knowledge...but obviously
not universal. I didn't see a tech tip on it - seems like a good
subject for one.
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Joshua Fletcher | 1 Jul 01:29 2011

RE: Problems with WebArea and PDF display on OS X

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> Pulling out the plug-in solved the problem.
>
> It seems like this trick is pretty common knowledge...but obviously
> not universal. I didn't see a tech tip on it - seems like a good
> subject for one.

We try to avoid Tech Tips that:

-Are based on a bug (especially if it's a 4D bug, but even for third-party bugs too).
-Are not a consistent solution.

They become quickly out-dated when the bug is fixed, for example.

(not meaning to argue, just explaining the methodology)

Kind regards,

Josh Fletcher

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Jody Bevan | 1 Jul 03:06 2011

Re: Problems with WebArea and PDF display on OS X

I understand Josh's point.

We have our own internal KnowledgeBase that we record these little tidbit so that our support depatement
can save hours troubleshooting.

Thanks everyone for highlighting this. 

Jody

On 06/30/2011, at 7:19 PM, David Adams wrote:

> It seems like this trick is pretty common knowledge...but obviously
> not universal. I didn't see a tech tip on it - seems like a good
> subject for one.

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DevTeam | 1 Jul 09:59 2011

-108 errors in Application process on v11

Hi,

On our v11 server, we are occasionally getting -108 errors logged via our error handler and it's difficult
for us to understand why / how this is happening. In particular, we have logged a number of -108 errors which
are occurring in the Application process. This seems quite odd, since nothing is done in our database in
the Application processes. Everything is done in processes which are created programmatically.

The errors are occurring on OSX clients. All of the machines have sufficient physical memory and I'm not
really sure how there could ever be an out-of-memory situation on OSX, unless the HD is too full for the swap file.

Any ideas or thoughts?

tia

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TennP | 1 Jul 13:41 2011
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Thanks for all the responses. I will probably  try the plug in first, but 
first I have to upgrade my 2003 app to  v12.2.

Paul Ziegler
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TennP | 1 Jul 15:33 2011
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ALP and Mac 12.2

I am trying to upgrade my Mac 4D 2003 version to 4D 12.2. I am using ALP78  
and get an error on AL_Register command. I had OEM license from ASG, but it 
 looks like they do not sell ALP now. What version do I need to run ALP 
with Mac  12.2 and where do I get it?

 

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Chuck Miller | 1 Jul 16:23 2011

Re: ALP and Mac 12.2

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On Jul 1, 2011, at 9:33 AM, TennP@... wrote:

> I am trying to upgrade my Mac 4D 2003 version to 4D 12.2. I am using ALP78  
> and get an error on AL_Register command. I had OEM license from ASG, but it 
> looks like they do not sell ALP now. What version do I need to run ALP 
> with Mac  12.2 and where do I get it?

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bobS | 1 Jul 17:17 2011

Re: Time Billing (Time Slips Replacement)

Test.

On Jun 30, 2011, at 6:06 PM, bobS [via 4D] wrote:

> George Tiller-3 wrote:
> Lee, I tried Billings and spent some time trying to figure it out, but it was too procedurally-oriented for
me. I liked the rich set of features, but I just want to create a template, add a client, enter my time and
description of what was done, and create an invoice. I never got the hang of how Billings works, and I was
spending a lot of unbillable time working with it. I just today began using On The Job, which is really
simple and at least appears to do everything I need.
> Thats exactly why I like it. Thanks for reminding me why I didn't like billable. 
> Looks nice, too much hassle. 
> 
> On the job is simple, easy to create time events during or after. over ride the description and fees 
> with little hassle. Print a bill, pdf to email and done!! 
> 
> George, I make a folder under each client for invoiced. and after selecting jobs and creating invoice, I
move the invoiced jobs to the invoiced folder. I also like how you can easily modify the invoice after 
> you have created it. buy using the fields below the invoice. 
> 
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Randy Engle | 1 Jul 17:52 2011

RE: ALP and Mac 12.2

Paul,

Phil at E-Node is great to work with:

http://www.e-node.com/

Randy Engle
> 
> I am trying to upgrade my Mac 4D 2003 version to 4D 12.2. I am using
> ALP78
> and get an error on AL_Register command. I had OEM license from ASG,
> but it
>  looks like they do not sell ALP now. What version do I need to run ALP
> with Mac  12.2 and where do I get it?

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Randy Engle | 1 Jul 18:26 2011

Append/Open Document - Insert Text

I seem to have on my meatball brains today.

I want to open an existing document on disk.
Insert some text at the beginning of the document without overwriting what's
there already.

SET DOCUMENT POSITION allows setting the position at the beginning, but
overwrites what's there.

I want to insert it at the beginning, preserving existing text. (or
somewhere else in the text)
i.e.

The only way I seem to be able to do it is (via Send/Receive Packet)
1.	Get all the text from the document (put in arrays or such)
2.	Clear all the text in some fashion (or create a new document)
3.	Put in my new text at the beginning
4.	Put in the old text after the new text
5.	Close the document

I seem to think that I ought to be able to insert somewhere in the text,
preserving all other text:

e.g.

Original Text:

"Papa's got a brand new bag"
"Love Potion Number 9"

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