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Troi Automatisering releases Troi Dialog Plug-in 5.5.3 for FileMaker Pro 11

Updated dialog plug-in for FileMaker Pro 11 improves on bigger icon support.

Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, June 29th, 2010--Troi Automatisering today announced the immediate availability of Troi Dialog Plug-in 5.5.3 for FileMaker Pro 11.

What is Troi Dialog Plug-in?

Troi Dialog Plug-in is a very powerful tool for displaying all sorts of dialogs in FileMaker Pro 11. The text of the dialog and of the buttons can be created dynamically by using a calculation. All from within FileMaker you can:

  • show an input dialog to let a user input data in up to 15 fields and up to 4 buttons
  • choose these input fields to be any of the following: simple text, password field, popup list or check box
  • show a list dialog or very big text dialog
  • show temporary flash screens
  • show a progress bar for lengthy operations
  • add a standard icon or your own custom icons, now also with transparent PNGs
  • present a slideshow of images and movies fullscreen

What is new in version 5.5.3?

Troi Dialog Plug-in 5.5.3 is a maintenance release, but also adds a few enhancements:

  • Added a switch to the Dial_IconControl function: -DefaultIconSize=48. This will make it the default to show all subsequent icons at 48x48, without the need to set it for each dialog function call.
  • Added new switch to Dial_Version: -UnregisterPlugin. This will remove the registration data. The plug-in will be in a unregistered state after this.
  • (Windows) Improved a problem in the scaling of custom icons: if the width differs from the height the icon will now be scaled proportionally.
  • Fixed a problem where in some cases a spinning beachball cursor would be shown instead of the arrow cursor.
  • Made small tweaks to example files.

Suggested uses

  • give your users better and flexible feedback
  • show quick instructions without the user having to dismiss the dialog
  • build multi-language systems more easily
  • make your solutions look more professional by using your own icons and title bars in dialogs
  • control the way users type in data: you can, for example, let them type more than 10 and less than 40 characters
  • show a slideshow of images selected from a found set, for example all images with water as a keyword
  • measure time like for a race or the efficiency of 2 differently implemented scripts.

All these features also work in a runtime solution. We invite you to test drive the new functions and see what you can do with it!

Pricing & availability

A fully functional demo version of Troi Dialog Plug-in 5.5.3 is available for downloading at Troi's web site at: <http://www.troi.com/software/dialogplugin.html>.

Troi Dialog Plug-in 5.5.3 works with FileMaker Pro 9, 10 and 11. The plug-in can also be used with runtimes from FileMaker Pro Advanced 9, 10 or FileMaker Pro Advanced 11. The plug-in is available for Mac OS X and Windows.

On Mac OS X the plug-in runs in Mac OS X 10.5.7 or higher. The plug-in also runs on Windows Vista or Windows 7. QuickTime 7 or later is needed for the Dial_PresentImage() function.

Licenses cost US$ 59 per user. Details on developer licenses and multi-user packs can be found on our web site. You can order licenses from our web site.

Upgrade information

Users who bought a license for Troi Dialog Plug-in on or after February 1st, 2008 are entitled to a free upgrade. We have emailed these registered users a new registration string.

Upgrades from licenses bought before February 1st, 2008 are available from US$ 29 per user. You can order upgrades from our web site.

About Troi Automatisering

Troi Automatisering is leading developer of cross platform FileMaker Pro plug-ins and winner of the FileMaker Pro Excellence Award 2001. For more information, visit our web site at:

Contact information  

D. Budding
Troi Automatisering
Boliviastraat 11
2408 MX Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands
Telephone: +31-172-426606

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