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active  Topic # 1048  Piaf et iziBasic

12/01/2005 @ 10:12
by apdi2003


Je me réjouis de la parfaite connivence entre iziBasic et l'éditeur de source Piaf sauf que le comportement de Piaf me semble bizarre.
Les flèches de défilement vertical sont inopérantes. Dès que j'essaye de descendre dans mon source, je me sens happé vers la droite et dois lutter avec les flèches latérales pour revenir (et une colonne à la fois).
Est-ce que ce fonctionnement est habituel ou lié à mon Tungsten E ?
Je préfèrerais que les lignes soient coupées à l'écran car avec la haute résolution et des lignes limitées à 62 caractères en iziBasic, ça ne me sert pas à grand chose mais je n'ai pas trouvé l'option idoine. Existe-t-elle ?
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12/01/2005 @ 14:36
by Montalvo


I have the same problem with PIAF in a Tungsten T and in a Zire 31. Everytime I try to use the UP and DOWN arrows in the right scrollbar, the code just flows to the right, and not up or down as intended.

If I use just the scrollbar it works, but the size of this scrollbar seems too small fo me, and sometimes it is difficult to grab it at fist time, because of the size. Sometimes it happens to me that I ended selecting a bunch of code and replacing it by mistake with something. Maybe it should be a few pixels wide (and maybe it should be an UNDO command on the EDIT menu).

But of course, all this are just suggestions for future versions. On the other side, one of the features that I love so much about PIAF is the coloring code system, that seems so adecuate for the task of writting sourcecode. And the recently integration with iZiBasic it's just great!

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Answer n° 2
12/01/2005 @ 17:41
by aldweb


PIAF is part of the PP project.
So, please put all your requests & comments concerning this tool on its dedicated forum here:

Apart from this, I have used PIAF since its very early stages. And I love it.
iziBasic was mostly developed directly on my Tungsten C, that is more or less 13.500 "heavy" lines of source code, all keyed in with the small integrated keyboard of my device directly in PIAF.


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