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XPages: Handling disabled Checkboxes
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My top 5 wishlist for IBM Notes / IBM Domino Designer, which ones are yours?
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Simple way to make certain elements sticky in your web application (XPages example using OneUI)
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Leaving the yellow bubble for a while
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XPages: Handling disabled Checkboxes
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3 XPages hints #2
Wed, Apr 30th 2014 13
Creating a test environment: the easy way
Tue, Jun 3rd 2014 11
My top 5 wishlist for IBM Notes / IBM Domino Designer, which ones are yours?
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XPages Configuration Framework
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Frederic Dehedin
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Leaving the yellow bubble for a while
Sun, Jun 7th 2015 10:51a   Frederic Dehedin
Last friday was the last working day at the Belsoft Collaboration headquarters for this year 2015. My wife and me are doing a 6 months Honey Moon travel through South East Asia. Our trip starts in Thailand, which includes, Bangkok, Koh Phangan, and a longer stay in Koh Tao (which we nearly consider as our second home:-). After Thailand we’ll proceed to Indonesia, Bali, Nusa Lembongan, Sulawesi, Flores, and so on.. We’ll try to stay off the beaten path as much as possible.. After In
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Simple way to make certain elements sticky in your web application (XPages example using OneUI)
Sun, Apr 19th 2015 6:08a   Frederic Dehedin
In one of my recent XPages applications, i had to develope quite a large form. The UI is based on the OneUI 2.1 Framework. Based on the values entered in the fields the form can grow pretty long, so when the users scrolls down to the bottom, the bar with action buttons like “save”, “forward”, etc disappeared on the bottom and the user had to scroll up again in order to klick one of these buttons.  Understandably this does not really improve the usability of an applicatio
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XPages: Handling disabled Checkboxes
Thu, Mar 26th 2015 12:55p   Frederic Dehedin
In a recent XPages workflow application i bumped into a nasty behaviour of the xp:checkBox control: In a certain step of a workflow document, a checkbox is displayed as disabled, but still showing the checkbox state (checked or unchecked) which was set in a previous workflow step. When the user then submitted the data, this value will be cleared(!). Let’s check this out with an example: The following page shows a simple page with a checkbox and a submit button.. an xp:text control sho
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My top 5 wishlist for IBM Notes / IBM Domino Designer, which ones are yours?
Wed, Aug 6th 2014 6:10a   Frederic Dehedin
Notes Client and Designer are very powerful piece of software, but there are some issues, which could make them even better. In my daily work i always bump into the following things. As for the Notes Client related parts: That’s not only me, I heard these topics from nearly every experienced Notes Client user I’ve met… 5. Beloved Workspace: friendlier design and opening applications with a single click. The workspace and it’s tiles is around for over 10 years now, and a




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