On Friday, March 12, 2004, at 03:39 AM, Bernie Wylde wrote: > ...off the top of my head, how does $50 USD sound for such a cool > tool? :-) > > Comments anyone? Bernie, I tried TWM last night for the first time. It is indeed cool! As an ardent FB hobbyist, though, I would be unlikely to part with $50 for it. That's almost half the cost of an FB subscription. (No reflection on the quality of your program, just my cheapness and its utility for my purposes.) I could see maybe $25. I might consider a bit more if it had more comprehensive bells & whistles.... Implement D&D for the controls. Add a popup-menu editor. etc. e-e =J= a y " PS. Shouldn't double-click on any control (in the window being edited) open the Info window, if it isn't already open? I had several minutes of frustration last night trying to figure out how to get it back after having closed it. Also, I would expect your program should allow me to edit "modal" windows in a non-modal state, while still creating code for authentically modal windows. Could each control in a resizable window have a pin param, so your code would calc size and/or position in relation to the window's t,l,b,r, or proportional? That would require some significant rewriting, but could make your program far more valuable. It should be possible to output code that would handle a fully-resizable window, with all elements properly adjusting themselves. (This is probably for a version 2.) One other note: How did you decide on round drag handles? We are so used to seeing little squares in other programs that the circles seem a bit odd, at least to me. PPS. No cold water intended here. You have a great little tool!