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Howdy avamk,

Alright updated the file and added it as new file, (different URL on the
wiki) this is a zip file now.

It will extract to a sub-dir named, linkme whith:

In the database the first two records should display a graphic from the
remote server, as before. The next two will display using the relative
path from the perspective of the odb file. 

You can use the file picker (which I wish would just start in the last
dir..arrgh) to select files from anywhere on the disk, if they are in
the directory of the odb or a sub-dir then a relative path, where the
base file directory is <root>

Off to a supper, I'll come back and try to write a decent explanation of
the basic lines, tonight.


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. 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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