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On Sat, 2012-04-07 at 21:11 -0700, avamk wrote:
Thanks for the link! Looks like the Base Guide is still in its very early
stages of development, are there comparable guides/books out that that I can
start studying now??

Also, I've downloaded the example database and have been able to add new
images to it, and am trying to play around with it now. 

Hi Avamk,

Wonderful, I was hoping you had done so.

Didn't make it back to this yesterday, having a quite coffee after the
Easter bustle here now and a good time to do so.

I noted in the first mail that I'll just stub in the code to handle
relative path from the perspective of the directory the ORB is stored
in, meaning that I'm flaking out on you ;) and only handling sub-dirs as

Everything you need to handle more is of course there, it would just
take a bit more time - also, basic isn't the only scripting tool
available with LibreOffice, you could use python, javascript, rexx even.

Anyhow, I digress - off to add another half dozen lines of basic and
I'll update the example file.

Happy Easter and Shalom,


If you could provide
any tips on making the form enter relative paths (relative to the database
file) that would be great!!

Thank you so much.

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