OpenInsight 10 and the next UK RUG

OpenInsight 10 taskbar progress bars
OpenInsight 10 taskbar progress bars

Another very nice feature has just been written into the OI 10 release and one that many OpenInsight developers will no doubt be keen to exploit.  One of the most useful features introduced with the Windows 7 taskbar was the ability to display progress information directly on your forms taskbar button.  From OpenInsight 10, developers will be able to include this lovely feature in their applications through two brand new WINDOW properties.You can find full details about this new feature, including screen shots of the different coloured progress bars on the Building OpenInsight 10 blog.

EMEA RUG – Please also add Wednesday 25th September into your diary.  Mike will be over from the USA that week and as usual I intend to host a RUG for our EMEA client base.  The venue is likely to be at the Hilton in Ealing.  For those of you that have stayed in the Ramada in Ealing, it is the same place.  I am yet to fully formalise the agenda, but I am hoping that Mike will undertake his usual address (state of the company, current and future developments, etc.).  Hot on the heels of the roaring success in the States, I am hoping that Carl will share many of the new features that he has been working hard on for the OpenInsight 10 project.

Remember – Wednesday 25th September – If you are an OpenInsight Developer, an OpenInsight User or a MultiValue developer using D3, U2 or QM, this is one event that you’ll want to make sure that you attend.

As usual the day will be free of charge to attend, but places are likely to be limited to 25 people, so please contact me to reserve your place on this key Revelation EMEA event.

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