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  1. Hello, I've recently converted my db's to 7.0v3, and notice that my drop down menus have an incredible lag. With version 5, I was able to just fly through my data entry and FM was able to keep up. Now, I have to stop, pause, wait for the menu to "open" (drop down) make the selection, wait to make sure that it is actually selected in the field, and then carry on. A real waste of time... Anyone else have this problem? Is there a quick-fix? Thanks. Travis.
  2. Hello, I've recently converted my db's to 7.0v3, and notice that my drop down menus have an incredible lag. With version 5, I was able to just fly through my data entry and FM was able to keep up. Now, I have to stop, pause, wait for the menu to "open" (drop down) make the selection, wait to make sure that it is actually selected in the field, and then carry on. A real waste of time... Anyone else have this problem? Is there a quick-fix? Thanks. Travis.
  3. Hello, I've recently converted my db's to 7.0v3, and notice that my drop down menus have an incredible lag. With version 5, I was able to just fly through my data entry and FM was able to keep up. Now, I have to stop, pause, wait for the menu to "open" (drop down) make the selection, wait to make sure that it is actually selected in the field, and then carry on. A real waste of time... Anyone else have this problem? Is there a quick-fix? Thanks. Travis.
  4. Thank you both for your suggestions! I will try your solution Kirsten, and Lee - thank you for the web links - there are some great "tricks" listed there. Cheers! Travis
  5. Hello All, I've searched the forums for any advice on conditional text color formatting, but it seems that this is a new option in FM 7. My question, is there a way to approximate this effect in FM 5? More specifically, I have a DB (call it DB_one) that will display names on a schedule table using data from DB_two (relationships have all been defined and work properly). I would however like to have these names displayed differently according to specific information from DB_two. If, for instance, DB_two xfield ="foo", then DB_two yfield should appear a different color in DB_one, otherwise default color. DB_two yfield will always appear in DB_one, regardless of xfield. It's just the color that I wish to have affected. I hope that's clear enough for you, without me having to explain my entire situation in more detail.... Thanks very much. Travis
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