Apr 12, 2012

DATABASER by Quincy at 8:52 AM (433 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Quincy
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    Member Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    Hi folks, I've decided to start on a databasing program, so that I can keep track of which games I have.

    This is a first version (It's a 0.0.1 even) and I'd like to see if you guys could find any improvement and any functions that you could recommend to be added.

    I'd love to hear from the fellow tempers! :D

    http://www.mediafire.com/?9opxy6c50w0psqb
     
  2. Cyan

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    First, I would work on the user interface.

    I think it's a lot better to have both mode on the same screen.

    here is a layout idea:

    Code:
    [Databaser, 2012 (c)__________________________________][X]
    File | Database | Options | About...
    ==========================================================
    Add a title:
    Name [________]  system [________|v] Type [_Game_|v] [Add]
    
    Search: 
    Name [__________] system [________|v] Type [_____|v]
    ==========================================================
    nbr | Title          | System      | Type
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    001 | My first game  | Wii         | Game               |_|
    002 | My second game | Wii         | Game               |=|
    001 | My movie       | PS3         | Movie              |_|
    |                |             |                    | |
    |                |             |                    | |


    then you can work on edition (changing the number of an entry for example)
    You can make auto-numbering when adding a new title to each system.

    edit:
    Where is saved the database file?
    An option to select the path would be good.
     
  3. Quincy
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    Member Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    Path editing is added, I'm re-writing most of the code right now. Layout will be pretty much what you have right now, without the search function.
     
  4. Quincy
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    Member Quincy Your own personal guitarist :3

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    And here is the newest version :)
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?d6bw2q6b6k5eexa

    RIght now it's got a huge jump fro 0.0.1 to 0.1. :D
     

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