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PostPosted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 10:16 am 
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I've downloaded the program and it's nice but there are some documentation problems.

The problem is that it is just plain difficult to use common modern data driven content. How about a CS and VB Visual Studio sample project. Just one! A simple one.

I know, I know RTFM, or justfuckinggoogleit. I can tell you that I'm perplexed why such a nice product was coded only to have instructions that show how to use an Access database or even worse a flat text file.

What's with that? If a bit more effort went into how to easily use modern techniques to gather and display data your sales would increase.

Is there a straight answer anywhere about how to use SQL server or web services? If one has to tweak the generated code whats the use in using or buying the Scroller IDE?


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 1:46 pm 
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Please check the sample:


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 12:31 am 
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Ellie wrote:
Please check the sample:


Thanks, that worked.

Should be included with the product demo so people might buy it :idea:


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 8:28 am 
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Yes, we are preparing the sample page just like php, asp samples.

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Here is the vb.net sample:
http://www.sothink.com/product/javascri ... /vbnet.htm


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can it read an external image link??? or rss in a link from gallery2?


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chaz wrote:
can it read an external image link??? or rss in a link from gallery2?

i dont see why not as long as you parse it correctly.


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TheUsername wrote:
chaz wrote:
can it read an external image link??? or rss in a link from gallery2?

i dont see why not as long as you parse it correctly.


can you give examples of how to pull images from the Flicker etc ??


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 05, 2008 7:08 am 
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chaz wrote:
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chaz wrote:
can it read an external image link??? or rss in a link from gallery2?

i dont see why not as long as you parse it correctly.


can you give examples of how to pull images from the Flicker etc ??

fuk, what you want? to be spoon fed?? go do some testing and searching for yourself, how you gonna learn anything being spoon fed???


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as useful as a wet blacket i see


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chaz wrote:
can you give examples of how to pull images from the Flicker etc ??


Sorry, JavaScript Web Scroller does not support pulling images from Flicker.


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Ellie wrote:
chaz wrote:
can you give examples of how to pull images from the Flicker etc ??


Sorry, JavaScript Web Scroller does not support pulling images from Flicker.

if you were innovative enough to code up and parse it i reckon you would be able to.


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