Archive for the ‘PrimalForms 2011’ Category


 

Get Much More For Much Less!

Friday, September 6th, 2013 by Robert Morey
Upgrade PrimalScript 2011/12 or PrimalForms 2011/PowerShell Studio 2012 to the SAPIEN Software Suite 2012 for 30% Off! If you already own PrimalScript 2012 or PowerShell Studio 2012, you already know how important it is to your work. Easy to use, comprehensive, adaptable, helpful, time-saving… you might wonder how you ever lived without it. Now is your chance to add the rest of the SAPIEN collection to your software portfolio as well as 5 ebooks and 2 video training sets. Yes, you CAN have it all! You receive: - PrimalScript 2012 or PowerShell Studio 2012 - PrimalSQL 2012 - PrimalXML 2012…   More »

Uncle SAPIEN Wants You!

Monday, January 28th, 2013 by Robert Morey
To register your license key, that is. Did you purchase a license for our software, perhaps years and years ago, and never register it in your MySAPIEN account? You should, and there are some very valid and important reasons for doing so. If you don’t register your license, we probably do not know how to reach you. On occasion, we make application-specific announcements and offer deals on upgrades that only go to those whose products are registered. Also, when you log into your MySAPIEN account, you can see what the most recent version of the application is as well…   More »

PowerShell Studio: Creating Responsive Forms

Wednesday, May 16th, 2012 by David Corrales
When working with GUIs you may have noticed that the Form can freeze when running long scripts. Previously I discussed how to make your loops more responsive in this article, but not every long script comes in the form of a loop. If you truly want to make your forms responsive, you will need to move these slow scripts into another thread and in the PowerShell world this means using jobs. For those of you who aren’t familiar with PowerShell Jobs, they allow you to run scripts while freeing up the console to perform other tasks. In this case it…   More »

Service Release (4/10/2012)

Thursday, May 10th, 2012 by David Corrales
New versions of PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio, PrimalSQL, PrimalXML, PrimalForms and ChangeVue are available. Registered users can download the latest service builds from MySAPIEN. Release Notes: 2012 Versions: PrimalScript 2012 v6.5.125 - VBScript debugger fails on 32 bit only machines- "Search again" renamed to "Repeat last search"- Encoding displayed for embedded VBScript file in WSF- Erroneous SaveAs dialog when closing embedded script without saving- "Toggle outline" not available or functional  on last line of region- Cursor moves to a wrong place when inserting a multi-line snippet- Change marker is moving with inserted empty lines- Opening an embedded file shows all lines…   More »

Spotlight on the NotifyIcon Control

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 by David Corrales
The “Spotlight on Controls” series focuses on a single WinForms control in PowerShell Studio 2012, details the important Properties, Methods, and Events of the control and demonstrates how to utilize the control. Most of the information about the controls is still applicable to previous versions of PrimalForms. Last time we took a look at the ListView control. This time we will look at the NotifyIcon control: NotifyIcon [System.Windows.Forms.NotifyIcon] Specifies a component that creates an icon in the notification area of the Window’s taskbar. Default Event: MouseDoubleClick Why use a NotifyIcon control? Use the NotifyIcon control, to alert users of special…   More »

Spotlight on the ListView Control – Part 3

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 by David Corrales
The “Spotlight on Controls” series focuses on a single WinForms control in PrimalForms 2011 , details the important Properties, Methods, and Events of the control and demonstrates how to utilize the control. Most of the information about the controls is still applicable to previous versions of PrimalForms. In Part 2 of the Spotlight on the ListView Control, we covered the control's properties as well as most of the methods and events. In part 3 we will cover how you can sort items and utilize various helper functions. Sorting ListViewItems: The ListView supports basic sorting, but it only handles sorting by…   More »

PrimalForms 2011: Getting Form Control Help

Monday, April 9th, 2012 by David Corrales
Frequently users wonder how they can get help for form controls and discover all the properties, methods and events they can use. In this article we will cover a number of ways to access information about Form controls. Spotlight on Control Articles: You can find help of the Form controls right here on our blog. The Spotlight on Controls series covers individual Form Control and list the important properties and methods as well as code samples written in PowerShell. MSDN Library: The primary resource for .NET help is the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Library. The MSDN is an invaluable resource…   More »

Spotlight on the ListView Control – Part 2

Thursday, April 5th, 2012 by David Corrales
The “Spotlight on Controls” series focuses on a single WinForms control in PrimalForms 2011 , details the important Properties, Methods, and Events of the control and demonstrates how to utilize the control. Most of the information about the controls is still applicable to previous versions of PrimalForms. In Part 1 of the Spotlight on the ListView Control we discussed a number of important properties. Here, in Part 2, we complete our look at the control's properties and we will also cover some of the more important methods and events. Important Properties Continued: Items This property contains a collection of all…   More »

Spotlight on the ListView Control – Part 1

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 by David Corrales
The “Spotlight on Controls” series focuses on a single WinForms control in PrimalForms 2011 , details the important Properties, Methods, and Events of the control and demonstrates how to utilize the control. Most of the information about the controls is still applicable to previous versions of PrimalForms. Last time we took a look at the ContextMenuStrip . This time we will look at the ListView control: ListView [System.Windows.Forms.ListView] Represents a Windows list view control, which displays a collection of items that can be displayed using one of four different views. Default Event: SelectedIndexChanged Why use a ListView control? The ListView…   More »

SAPIEN Supports The PowerShell Community

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 by Robert Morey
We at SAPIEN have always been very involved with our scripting and PowerShell clients. Over the years, many of them have even become friends. With it being PowerShell User Group Month and with so many new PowerShell user groups being created throughout the world, SAPIEN continues to increase its support of the user group community. We are happy to sponsor groups by donating t-shirts, software, or even pizza! Feel free to contact us anytime and let us know what we can do to help your group. Below is a picture of the Pittsburgh PowerShell User Group at their most recent…   More »