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With this feature we are able to create more dynamic and better looking designs.
The only workaround I know of consists of creating images for every piece of text, multiple times (for every state).
This has been an important improvement:
Please keep up the good work.
For example, I created a popup with thermostat and I want it to appear next to the button and not always at the same place. Or I want to activate a group of popups in one position when clicking on one button and in another position when clicking on another button.
It would be great to have a similar property to Wrap Text in a Button item called Scroll Text. When this is enabled and the length of the text exceeds the size of the button then the text becomes scrollable.
When installers have problems with i3 Pro (crashing by some reason), we need a debug-tool they can install, and sent the logfiles to support.
This is necessary, because remote debugging takes (too) much time from programmers to investigate problems.
Please make a debug-version of i3 Pro installers can install to find problems with the project/i3 Pro/hardware/Windows/ etc.
OK, I can hide a specific popup, or a group, or ALL. But what I really want is to close THIS popup. did I miss how to do this?
suggestion: add macro for "hide current popup"
suggestion: when cloning a popup, any item in that popup that will hide the popup, should be updated to the hide the new cloned popup. currently it will try to hide the cloner page not the cloned page. using "hide group" is OK sometimes, but not ideal.
Please vote to use Timelimit in all clients instead of Trials!
As I see about half of newcomers (optimistic) give up on iRidium after first try. Too complex. Same goes to beta test - I've spent whole morning today, trying to get HWIDs, licenses etc. for new devices.
Trial is used to develop and test. It is better to set Timelimit instead of Trials.
I think that all Client apps and Emulator should work for, let's say 20 minutes after run, than need to close/open or press a "continue" button.
This will make it a lot easier to start using iRidium for newcomers.
It has been implemented from i3 pro 18.104.22.16803 (beta). Test Mode (20 minutes) is supported for integrators with "Full Registration".
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