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 91 
 on: January 19, 2017, 09:23:11 AM 
Started by huntley - Last post by huntley
Version: XMetaL Author Enterprise 8.0.1.052

We have a user who is trying to register a new install of XMetaL but he is receiving an error when registering the license. When he tries to register his system, he receives an error that the license server cannot be reached.

I checked the license file and it looks valid, though the connection error makes me think it is getting to the point where it validates the license.

I have two questions:
- The license server is still running at https://jsls.xmetal.com:443? I know XMetaL 8 is long in the tooth.

- Is there a way to verify that the license server is reachable from his location? He is overseas.

Thanks

 92 
 on: January 06, 2017, 01:16:09 PM 
Started by jrob61 - Last post by jrob61
we are looking into the possibility that our .ctm file may be the culprit?

 93 
 on: January 06, 2017, 12:04:21 PM 
Started by jrob61 - Last post by jrob61
using XMAX 10.0 32-bit control within a vb.net application and we make an .exe for the users.

experiencing issue whereby the following line of code within our customized vb.net project doesn't return all elements when ran as an .exe.

..... .XMAXControlDocument.Customizations.ElementPropList.item(i).name

Our developers debugging within visual studio professional 2012 using a XMControl.dll with a date of 8-21-2015 is working as expected.

However,  our users running the .exe with a local install of XMAX 10.0 32-bit with local XMControl.dll of 8-21-2015 do not see a complete list of elements. Several of the child elements are missing?

We populate a list of all elements (.dtd) into a listbox in order to allow the user to Find text within a selected element.

The .exe is built from another server, but it too has the same install of XMAX 10.0.

Any reason on why debug mode lists all elements, but .exe doesn't?

 94 
 on: December 08, 2016, 06:17:09 AM 
Started by luskds - Last post by luskds
Thanks Derek.  That looks like a simple enough macro to write.  I'll give it a shot.

 95 
 on: December 07, 2016, 01:10:02 PM 
Started by luskds - Last post by Derek Read
Macro recording is pretty much limited to things that directly affect a document using the keyboard pasting content, typing content, moving around in the document, etc.

The immediate solution for you would be to use Alt+T followed by C.

In XMetaL Author shortcuts are assigned to macros (a macro might have an associated button on a toolbar or menu but that is incidental). For built-in functions like the Change Tracking feature there is no macro so you cannot assign (or reassign) a shortcut key directly to a built-in function. You would need to write a macro that either duplicates the feature or otherwise runs the feature and assign a keystroke to the macro. There are APIs that let you turn Change Tracking on and off so the following would do it in this case:

Code: (Toggle Change Tracking, JScript example)
if (ActiveDocument.TrackRevisions == false) {
ActiveDocument.TrackRevisions = true;
}
else {
ActiveDocument.TrackRevisions = false;
}





 96 
 on: December 07, 2016, 10:46:45 AM 
Started by luskds - Last post by luskds
Specifically, I am trying to do a keyboard shortcut to toggle the change tracking button.  Recording a macro just tells me it has no actions to record.  I didn't see it in the keyboard shortcut list or when I did a post search.
I am using XMetal Author Enterprise 10 on Windows 7 (some of our users are on Windows 10 and/or XMetal Author Essentials 10).

 97 
 on: November 30, 2016, 06:38:02 PM 
Started by nestorarturo - Last post by XMetaLOldTimer
Yes, version 10 added the new COM property, Cells, to the Selection object.  It returns a DOMNodeList.

 98 
 on: November 30, 2016, 06:31:14 PM 
Started by jrob61 - Last post by XMetaLOldTimer
XMAX will fire callback methods through the COM event sink, _IXMetaLControlEvents, and also fire the equivalent event macros.  Which are you using?

The On_Update_UI event macro (or OnUpdateUI event sink callback) is the last event fired prior to allowing users to interact with the XML via keyboard or mouse.

From you description, it is not clear.  You might want to contact Customer Support directly.

 99 
 on: November 30, 2016, 02:11:13 PM 
Started by jrob61 - Last post by jrob61
using XMAX 10.0.0.080 (32-bit) control within vb.net form.

we are looping thru xml tags to set certain tags as protected from typing. Discovered that this code is running before the drag/drop text is actually available in the editor - thus leaving its text unprotected. The _OnDrop, _On_Document_Before_DropText, and _On_Document_After_DropText already have been triggered before the text appears in the editor. As a work-around we would like to pass around a global Boolean variable after a drag/drop, but having difficulty determining which event to reset this variable in order not to slow down editing having it run unnecessarily.

Question, what is last event (macro) triggered just before the user is allowed to type, and is available with the xmax control?  Not having any luck with _OnUpdateUI, _GotFocus, or _OnDrop.

Didn't encounter this issue with XMetaL Author Essential 5.5?


 100 
 on: November 14, 2016, 02:20:52 PM 
Started by rakesh - Last post by Derek Read
Couldn't tell you without seeing the XML file and the customization files that are loaded when it is being loaded. Possibilities:

1) The XML file itself references something on the internet (a reference to an image or other file) and it is waiting for that to download so it can be displayed and dealt with.
2) The DTD or XSD that the XML file references is on the internet, or a portion of it is on the internet, and similar issues to #1 are occurring.
3) A macro or script inside an MCR, CTM, XFT or ActiveX control associated with the XML file (as part of the customization) is being loaded and it has code that is taking a long time to complete. The fact that this occurs only when you have an internet connection suggests that the script is doing something over the internet.

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