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  1. I did look at the documentation but which UniGUI component should I use to call the API? Would it be TUniURLFrame? I am inclined to call their HTML+JS code sample. Is there a desktop demo I can refer to?
  2. Does anyone have experience with integrating Stripe's (www.stripe.com) payment API with UniGUI? Where do I start? -- Frederick (UniGUI Complete - Professional Edition 1.90.0.1536)
  3. I noticed that even with version 1.90.0.1536, the problem with different total pages for PDF and printer output still remains. Using TUniURLFrame to read the PDF file correctly shows 1 page for both PDF export and printer output. Is the problem with TUniPDFFrame fixable or do I need to continue to use TUniURLFrame?
  4. Is it possible to replace the login screen of the hyperserver with our own design to maintain app theme and design consistency? -- Frederick (UniGUI Complete - Professional Edition 1.90.0.1536)
  5. I can report that version 1.90.0.1536's Hyper_server.dll now displays the login screen when the appropriate login parameters are set in the CFG file.
  6. I am still getting the 500 error when using the 64 bit version of hyper_server.dll in UniGUI 1.90.0.1536.
  7. I changed my code to below but there is no effect. TUniURLFrame1.JSInterface.JSCode(#1'.iframe.contentDocument.addEventListener("keydown", function(e){top.ajaxRequest('+ Self.WebForm.JSForm.JSName +', "keydown", ["key="+e.keyCode])});')
  8. How do I check if the ESCAPE key had been pressed within the TUniURLFrame and handle it? The following code that works in TUniPDFFrame does not work here. TUniUrlFrame1.JSInterface.JSCode(#1'.iframe.contentDocument.addEventListener("keydown", function(e){ajaxRequest('+ Self.WebForm.JSForm.JSName +', "keydown", ["key="+e.keyCode])});') -- Frederick (UniGUI Complete - Professional Edition 1.90.0.1534)
  9. I renamed my existing Hyperserver DLL to a temporary file and copied the 64 bit DLL Hyperserver (version 1534) and restarted the server. When I attempted to run the app, IIS threw up a 500 error. I copied the 32 bit DLL Hyperserver (version 1534) and replaced the 64 bit DLL and I could then start the app. Is there a problem using the 64 bit DLL of Hyperserver? My app is 64 bit compiled.
  10. Yes, I have recycled all nodes just now. I am not sure if using the 1524 (32 bit) version of Hyperserver to run my 1534 (64 bit) compiled EXE could be a problem but I tried and failed to overwrite the 32 bit DLL but that is a story in another forum post.
  11. I tried the above and the login screen is shown when the app is compiled to an EXE and run directly. However, my setup is via a call to the Hyperserver's DLL which reads the Hyperserver's CFG file and then runs my EXE file. In this case, the login screen is not displayed and the Hyperserver monitor is just shown immediately.
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