|| Paul Bienick's property adder to objects outside their
class libraries. Very useful.|
|| Tom Rettigs utility to set properties on groups of
selected objects - saves a lot of time.|
||Tom Rettigs Utility Extensions (TRUE). Classes for
extending the database container with custom properties (such as a
next invoice number counter - incrementing function provided by
Tom). Also a class for setting the foxpro enviroment and a
function for turning a prg into a class vcx file. The data base
extension is a must.|
|| Linus Hung's find and filter classes - nice examples.|
|| Ken Levy's superclass utility that shows and edits
the parent class of the method|
|| Joe Homnick's formatting toolbar class that
automatically formats data bound textbox controls with a caption, input mask, name, height and width property settings.
Additionally, it sets font, size, bolding for all selected controls
on a form.|
|| William J. O'Connor's utility to provide a well formated List Structure report of Visual FoxPro Tables.|
||George L. Dvorak's utility to list all class libraries
and program files related to a project file.|
||Paul Andre LeBlanc's barcode font. An easy way to create barcodes from within Visual FoxPro.|
|| Mike Feltman's utility for extending DBC files.|
|| Jon Wiest's end user SQL Builder enabling users
to create create complex boolean expressions.|
JMTOOLS.ZIP|| Jorge Martinez's set of editor extensions for VFP.
including: Comment/UnComment · Indent/Outdent · Nest Structures ·
AutoExpand · QuickGrab · Remember Caps · Field List Builder ·
and Set Default To.|
|| Kelly G. Conway's VFP object manipulation tools to enable properties to be set for multiple selected objects, and
browsing of properties, events and methods for an instantiated
OBJECT EXPLORER 1.1
||The ObjectExplorer by Markus Egger is a tool which allows you to explore objects in the memory of Visual FoxPro.
It displays objects, their properties, events and methods, and all their member-objects with all their properties, events and methods.
You can edit the properties and you can fire the events and methods. This tool can also act like a builder. In this
case you can't fire the methods, but you can edit the source code instead.
There are some little bugfixes in this version. But the really important things are the new features to hide methods
and default properties. Using this features, you have a lot better overview over your objects.
GENREPOX for Foxpro 2.6
GENREPOX 2.1 for VFP
GENREPOX Beta 3.1 for VFP3+
||GenRepoX by Markus Egger is a powertool extender. It is very similar to GenScrnX and GenMenuX. It extends the internal
FoxPro report writer with *:-commands. This tool is freeware and my be copied and used as often as you want.
Some of the most important features are: Functions in reports, multiple detail bands, coloring fields and changing their
fonts depending on their values, choosing fields from a list, and lots more.