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    Quote Originally Posted by kcvinu View Post
    Hi Eros,
    Thanks for this update. Is there any change log files ?
    Yes, all changes are always detailed in help file both offline and online:
    http://www.thinbasic.com/public/prod...evelopment.htm

    To install thinBasic just run setup over previous versions, no need to uninstall.
    Files will be replaced with new ones.
    Just pay attention: if you did some change in official script examples, you will lost them.
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    Thanks Eros for the Update.

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    Updated to version 1.10.2.0
    See first post of this thread for details.

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    Hi Eros,
    Thanks for the updates. I happy to see the UI fix. I have tested a gui with unicode text as button caption but it is not showing my language correctly. I think i am doing something wrong. Pls see the attached image.
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    No, you are not wrong.
    It is me still studying how to implement Unicode in UI module

    So, please have still some patience.
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    Hi Eros,
    Ok. Take your own time. I will wait for the updates
    Thanks.

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    If I will have something "experimental" to test, I will sent you preliminary UI module.
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    Hi Eros,
    Ok, that's a honor for me. I am happy to do that for thinBasic. For a complete unicode support, Visual designer should support unicode text. Now, if we type unicode as caption in visual designer, it will display some question marks.
    Last edited by kcvinu; 02-08-2017 at 17:01.

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    Thanks for the Update, i have tested json for the first time, it is a nice addition, and there is a lot of tutorials and books in the web about it. it runs okay on windows 7, but it fails in windows xp with error msg:
    https://s2.postimg.org/3u4h0nde1/error.png

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    Ciao primo

    cJSON has a strong prerequisite. You need Visual C Runtime 2015.
    Please check here: http://www.thinbasic.com/public/prod...html?cjson.htm
    I've linked a page where to find runtime.

    Let me know if you succede because I didn't test on XP and also it is not sure you automatically have that runtime on W7, it depends if other application have installed it.
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