Subject Re: Changing 2019 address
From BobcKinney <>
Date Wed, 13 Oct 2021 13:54:21 -0400
Newsgroups dbase.getting-started

Hi Ken: working with windows desktop, I discovered DUFLP.  Trying to determine the version, in the navigator I cleared
both the "lookin and alsolookin" and entered the path to DUFLP (C:\C\Users\Bobbie\DUFLP). in order to view the contents.

     The first Item is  About.wfm,  properties=NAME - About.wfm,  Path-C:\C\Users\Bobbie\DUFLP, Last changed-05/30/2020.
With that info, I guess it has to be the latest, also the path to DUFLP.  Yes the user name is for the computer.

Under the Aliiase, the "FormControls" Path =C:\Users\19546\Documents\dbase\dBase2019\DBLClasses\FormControls

  I hope this is the info you requested..............Bob

>Ken Mayer, dBase, LLC Wrote:

> On 10/12/2021 2:04 PM, Bob McKinney wrote:
> > Hi Ken: I  had DUFLP when these forms were written about 2008/2012. It was not copied to this computer.   Yes I use Seeker a lot.  I had created my custom forms while working with the tutorial.
> >
> >      The further along I get with trying to get these forms to work and finding out how intertwined wiith so many controls in so many other places, it makes me wonder if using my old form is possible.  I'm sure it's possible but wow.  Maybe I just want to double click and that will fix everything.......Bob
> If your code uses the dUFLP, then you need to download and set up the
> dUFLP from my dBASE page (see the signature block below).
> Follow the instructions *exactly* as on the page.
> For seeker, back in the Properties Dialog (Properties, Desktop
> Properties), on the Source Aliases tab, find the FormControls alias,
> click it. Check the path, it *should* be something like:
> C:\Users\your_user_name_here\Documents\dBASE\dBASE2019\dBLClasses\FormControls
> "your_user_name_here" is obviously (I hope) your Windows username.
> Many developers have code similar to what you're doing. Lots of
> interaction, lots of inter-dependencies. Yes, it is likely possible to
> use your forms, but you have to have *everything* set up properly to do it.
> Ken
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