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#1 2015-05-24 07:03:50

Wolfy
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Registered: 2015-05-12
Posts: 313

miniApps code I like

I like the miniApps. I want to customize the buttons and call different ones from buttons on the menu on the bottom taskbar.  I know I can call the current miniApps in this way and it's sort of like calling a floating transparent submenu. 

So, I downloaded the miniApps code to see if I can modify it successfully and save under different names for different purposes.  If so I will save them as a series of miniApps: miniAppsOffice.app, miniAppsNetwork.app, or something like that. 

I would like to see the miniApps code integrated into the gui and eyeDeveloper if possible.  It's a nice piece of code that's underutilized.


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#2 2015-05-24 18:06:55

Wolfy
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Registered: 2015-05-12
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Re: miniApps code I like

I played around with the original code and was able to get both the original miniApps and my modified miniOfficeApps to launch from separate buttons and run simultaneously. I haven't attempted to change any of the command structure yet. I just changed it enough that the two of them could run at same time, however, I must have missed something because they respond very slowly and have the little clock symbol on the pointer when running at same time.  Individually they seem to run normally.


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