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Some random little announcements: 1. After waiting waaay longer than I originally intended, I am now starting to write an actually USABLE sunscreen GUI. A standalone one, that does require you to run a webserver and a browser to do anything with it. Anyone want to help? 2. In support of this, I have made an interesting little java component. I call it a "Listor" class. It's AWT based, so is small, fast, and will run on just about anything. It displays "lists" of lines. But unlike the java "List" class, it assumes that each line has column-based sections. It ...

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    Some random little announcements:

    1. After waiting waaay longer than I originally intended, I am now starting to
    write an actually USABLE sunscreen GUI. A standalone one, that
    does require you to run a webserver and a browser to do anything
    with it.

    Anyone want to help?


    2. In support of this, I have made an interesting little java component.
    I call it a "Listor" class. It's AWT based, so is small, fast, and
    will run on just about anything.
    It displays "lists" of lines. But unlike the java "List" class,
    it assumes that each line has column-based sections.

    It is reminicent of the line-based official applet "GUI" for
    sunscreen... except that it actually lets you resize columns

    See
    [url]http://www.bolthole.com/java/Listor.html[/url]
    for source code, and an actual applet demo of it, or a screenshot.


    Anyone is free to use it for other projects. But if you do, it
    would be nice to let me know, just so I have a feeling that it is
    actualy useful to someone else.



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    Works well with :

    Solaris VM (build Solaris_JDK_1.2.2_08, native threads, sunwjit)

    and

    Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; SunOS sun4u; en-US; rv:1.0.1)
    Gecko/20020920 Netscape/7.0

    Dennis


    Dennis Clarke Guest

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    phil+s3bolthole.no-bots.com (Philip Brown) wrote in message news:<slrnbhu2g0.1ra6.phil+s3bolthole.com>...
    > Some random little announcements:
    >
    > 1. After waiting waaay longer than I originally intended, I am now starting to
    > write an actually USABLE sunscreen GUI. A standalone one, that
    > does require you to run a webserver and a browser to do anything
    > with it.

    Oh fer... I cant believe I wrote "does require..."

    what I meant, of course, is


    "A standalone GUI that does NOT require you to run a webserver, OR a
    browser, to adminster sunscreen."
    Philip Brown Guest

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