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Johannes Vetter

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Issue #123, Section #1 (24 Jul : Interim bug-fix release of GNUe Forms)
Issue #123, Section #2 (24 Jul : New release of GNUe Forms still some way off)
Issue #122, Section #1 (17 Jul : Further trouble-shooting with the wx 2.6 drivers)
Issue #122, Section #4 (17 Jul : Problem with dropdowns validation fixed)
Issue #122, Section #5 (17 Jul : Displaying grids in GNUe Forms with wx 2.6)
Issue #121, Section #3 (19 Jun : Initialising connection trigger objects for a form)
Issue #117, Section #2 (22 May : Layout in GNUe Forms with wx 2.6 driver)
Issue #116, Section #2 (15 May : Performance issues with Application Server and XML-RPC)
Issue #113, Section #5 (24 Apr : Checking list of values for data types)
Issue #111, Section #2 (10 Apr : Behaviour of Clear button)
Issue #111, Section #4 (10 Apr : Block navigation in Forms)
Issue #110, Section #3 (3 Apr : Timezones in GNUe Application Server)
Issue #110, Section #4 (3 Apr : Block level focus triggers)
Issue #109, Section #1 (27 Mar : Unicode characters in wx user interface to GNUe)
Issue #109, Section #2 (27 Mar : Mouse Wheel event in GNUe)
Issue #109, Section #4 (27 Mar : Null value for checkboxes)
Issue #108, Section #2 (20 Mar : Interbase and Sqllite database drivers for GNUe)
Issue #108, Section #3 (20 Mar : GTK2 user interface driver and multi-page forms)
Issue #108, Section #8 (20 Mar : Reducing the number of user interface drivers for GNUe)
Issue #108, Section #9 (20 Mar : Future of GNUe Navigator)
Issue #107, Section #1 (13 Mar : Consistant keybindings in GNUe)
Issue #107, Section #5 (13 Mar : Test/Sample database for GNUe)
Issue #107, Section #7 (13 Mar : Coalesce function in Common)

 

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