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by mneslon48
30 May 2012
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 8.0 BETA 3
Replies: 102
Views: 18276

Re: MULTICHARTS 8.0 BETA 3

Hi Dave, You are absolutely right...I had admin privileges for running the Multicharts program, but not the editor. Changing it so I had admin privileges on both completely fixed not only the first problem, but all the others as well. If it is the case that you should always run the Multicharts prog...
by mneslon48
28 May 2012
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: MULTICHARTS 8.0 BETA 3
Replies: 102
Views: 18276

Re: MULTICHARTS 8.0 BETA 3

Generally speaking, I am thrilled with the 64-bit version 8.0 of multicharts. It is a *HUGE* improvement over TS, which I used for over 5 years, and will never use again. I have been beta testing beta3 of the 64bit version (released May 1), and here are the bugs I have found so far: -if you create a...
by mneslon48
10 May 2012
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: object-oriented version of PowerLanguage
Replies: 7
Views: 949

Re: object-oriented version of PowerLanguage

Yes, I agree that Easy/PowerLanguage is a valuable tool for most users. On the other hand, if you are a decent Easy/PowerLanguage programmer, it is not that big a leap to C (a much bigger leap to C++). I think you'd be surprised to see how similar it is to C, and if you find yourself pushing the lim...
by mneslon48
09 May 2012
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: object-oriented version of PowerLanguage
Replies: 7
Views: 949

Re: object-oriented version of PowerLanguage

Well, now building a .net version is an altogether different story. I have yet to see it, but if you can actually use a standard, *real* programming language (C/C++/C# etc) using Visual Studio to build studies, that would be a tremendous achievement. And a much, much wiser move than trying to dress ...
by mneslon48
09 May 2012
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: object-oriented version of PowerLanguage
Replies: 7
Views: 949

object-oriented version of PowerLanguage

I am a former TS customer who finally decided to make the switch when it became clear that the company was completely out of touch with its customers needs. After waiting many years for basic bug fixes and enhancements, the company instead came out with an object oriented version of Easy Language. I...
by mneslon48
09 May 2012
Forum: MultiCharts
Topic: debugging a DLL
Replies: 1
Views: 557

debugging a DLL

I have a DLL, written using Visual Studio 2010 C++, that I am trying to run using the debugger. But in order to do that, I have to tell VS (Visual Studio) the name of the program that is calling the DLL. Is it multicharts64.exe? StudyServer.exe?
THanks.

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