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Hidden gems in Notes 6

Wed 23 Jul 2003, 11:40 AM



by Ben Langhinrichs
Avowed Lotus geek Rocky Oliver has been blogging about some hidden gems in Notes 6 that you may not have gotten a chance to see.  He recently wrote about colored rows and columns in views, and earlier wrote about embedded editors.  What I haven't seen him blog about is in-view editing, which he must know about because he just co-wrote the Lotus Notes and Domino 6 Programming Bible with Brian Benz (a book I highly recommend).  C'mon, Rocky, give us some tidbits about this amazing new addition.

As for layers, which are another hidden gem, I'll have to write about them myself in a future Rich Text 101 article (see sidebar for previous Rich Text 101 topics).

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31.1. Rock
(07/23/2003 10:38 AM)

Funny you should mention in-view editing -- that's going to be my next technical topic. I'll probably do that this weekend.

Rock

http://www.LotusGeek.com


31.2. Ben Langhinrichs
(07/23/2003 01:04 PM)

Just don't want you resting on your laurels too much, Rocky. <grin>