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Everyone is excited about Lion. Even though many new features on Mac OS X 10.7 are giving us improvements we kept asking for since 10.1, Apple has again succeeded in giving all the new features the strong essence of innovation that makes us unable to hesitate to install and try Lion out as soon as we are able to.
But we are also afraid. What if some important apps stop working?
Read more in my article. Alredy updated with links to other resources and opinions...
I know the solution is probably very easy but it escapes me. I got this database, which I use to create invoices, year after year, I created a report page where with a neat summary field I get the "lifetime revenues", "lifetime general expenses", "lifetime total taxes" and "lifetime total invoices number", which is handy, but I need to have the same data broken down by year, and I can't figure out how to achieve that.
In another post I have been suggested to consolidate the three tables I had (Invoices 2018, Invoices 2019 and Invoices 2020) into a single table (Invoices) and then use a "subsummary" which would give me the data I want based on how I sort the records but I am not sure how to use subsummaries nor I am sure I want something where I have to multiple click to re-order records to get data one at a time; I'd rather prefer a report where a calculation of some sort would make a sum of the total revenue of my invoice records broken down by year, as I exemplified in the database I'm attaching, is that possible in an easy, possibly not involving complicated subsummaries way?
I'm beginning to get desperate on the subject, please have mercy.
We are having this issue with the change of any of this variables
FileMaker Server 18
FileMaker Go 18
We have a Layout for FileMaker go to upload photos from an iPod Touch or iPhone Pro 11, and when we use a script to take the photo directly from the camera works perfectly, but when we use the another one that has to open the library from the device it will happen either of this 2 things
1. It will duplicate on the mini preview the last "good" picture and when try to maximize the picture nothing shows up
2. It will happen this weird "no signal tv" ( that's how I call this lol ) image and there's no way to see the picture
On MacOS the pictures looks great, also con iOS , it seems that windows it's not detecting as a valid file when the photo is taken from the library of the iPhone or the iPod Touch (this never happen in older versions of filemaker or iOS)
Any ideas ?
So, the time has come. Runtime support is gone in 19.
This puts me in a quandary. At my company, I have a handful of small apps that do nothing but import CSVs and print labels with barcodes on Zebra label printers, or packing slips with pictures for each item. These are one-off special purpose databases. There is no active data management. The scripts clear out the DB and import a fresh CSV on each run.
I have tried making these applications work with Server, to no avail. I doubt anything has changed in 19.
I can understand Claris wanting to move to an online subscription-based model, but the problem is that the server version is not at feature parity with the desktop client for certain essential things I need, like printing to a label printer, or exporting PDFs with images that come from a folder full of PNG files that change on each run.
I have some time, obviously, but version 18 will not run forever, especially if Apple's shenanigans continue. Is Claris listening, or should I just assume that this is a lost cause?
By Dimitrios Fkiaras
I noticed - and was really surprised - that I was able to copy the HTML5 code into a global field and run it a web viewer (FM 18, Windows 10, Chrome browser).
(Up to now, I thought that all external references should be included in an HTML calculation.)
When I tested the same file on my Mac (and changed of course all the paths to the new paths on the mac) I couldn't get it to work. It seems that MacOS isn't able to do so.
(Mac OS 10.14 Mojave, Safari). Is this true?
any help is much appreciated,