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User & Date: ericm 1999-09-21 17:26:27
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1999-10-14
20:23
Added an additional x and y offset for the see command. This allows me to move the visible area to a widget that is inside of a scrolled frame child. check-in: 89c469e792 user: sven tags: trunk
1999-09-21
17:26
ChangeLog commit. check-in: d4865f7d47 user: ericm tags: trunk, scriptics-bc-1-0-b1
17:22
* buttonbox.tcl: Fixed ButtonBox::add input list, as the change I made to allow tagging was not backwards compatible. Now tags are specified with -tags $tags, and all is well. check-in: 420c4a35b6 user: ericm tags: trunk
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1999-09-19  Eric Melski  <[email protected]>

	* mainframe.tcl:  Fixed _destroy to unset ALL state variables, so that
	when a new MainFrame of the same name as an old one is created, it doesn't
	pick up residual state from the old one.

1999-09-17  Eric Melski  <[email protected]

	* mainframe.tcl: Modified menu creation/setmenustate functions to support
	a new model of menustate.  Instead of enabling/disabling a menu item 
	whenever any one of its tags changes state, now it only enables menu items
	if all of its tags are set.  This makes it really easy to, say, only enable

	the "New Action" entry if both a project is open and an element is selected.

	* buttonbox.tcl: Added tagging mechanism to buttonbox.  When using
	$bbox add, the first parameter is a list of tags for the button.  Then
	use $bbox setbuttonstate to change the state of a tag.

1999-09-16  Eric Melski  <[email protected]>

	* notebook.tcl: Added some (non-functional) code for doing
	tab-notebooks with the tabs on the bottom.

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1999-09-21  Eric Melski  <[email protected]>

	* buttonbox.tcl: Fixed ButtonBox::add input list, as the change I
	made to allow tagging was not backwards compatible.  Now tags are
	specified with -tags $tags, and all is well.

1999-09-19  Eric Melski  <[email protected]>

	* mainframe.tcl:  Fixed _destroy to unset ALL state variables, so that
	when a new MainFrame of the same name as an old one is created, it
	doesn't pick up residual state from the old one.

1999-09-17  Eric Melski  <[email protected]

	* mainframe.tcl: Modified menu creation/setmenustate functions to
	support a new model of menustate.  Instead of enabling/disabling a
	menu item whenever any one of its tags changes state, now it only
	enables menu items if all of its tags are set.  This makes it
	really easy to, say, only enable the "New Action" entry if both a
	project is open and an element is selected.

	* buttonbox.tcl: Added tagging mechanism to buttonbox.  When using
	$bbox add, the first parameter is a list of tags for the button.  Then
	use $bbox setbuttonstate to change the state of a tag.

1999-09-16  Eric Melski  <[email protected]>

	* notebook.tcl: Added some (non-functional) code for doing
	tab-notebooks with the tabs on the bottom.