CopyFlash

CopyFlash

Think how many browses you create in just one app – and all could benefit from a Copy button. Then you realize how much time this template set can save you!   Version 3.0   Clarion  Software versions C8, C9 & C10 compatible – ABC and Legacy All your data copying requirements met in one template … Continue Reading →
LogFlash

LogFlash

  Give your users an unlimited “undo” facility & Audit Trail Clarion C7,C8,C9 & C10 compatible – ABC and Legacy   LogFlash is very easy to use – the main Clarion template is an Extension which is attached to any update form and logs changes on a field basis. So if only one field is changed … Continue Reading →
SearchFlash

SearchFlash

                  “Is AND/OR Searching A Pain? Let SearchFlash Take The Strain!” Combines a text search on ALL fields in ALL File Formats (except SQL) with a QBE search! Your users will love the easy to use “search all fields” text search facility. Version 3.0 Clarion C8, C9 & … Continue Reading →
RemFlash

RemFlash

                            Instant Messages PLUS reminders/ticklers for Clarion Developers RemFlash is really two Clarion templates in one – it will enable your apps with full reminder facilities AND it will give a form of “Instant Messenger” option. Because, when compiled in network mode, reminders … Continue Reading →
VCRFlash

VCRFlash

No Need For Users To Leave The Form! Version 3.0 For Clarion 7,8,9 & 10 – ABC and Legacy Turns your Forms into “Browses” – amazing productivity booster for your customers. No need to have Toolbar Controls enabled or “VCR control” on browse. How many times have users complained about having to go back to … Continue Reading →
BlinkFlash Free Template

BlinkFlash Free Template

Puts a “blinking attribute” on a control – Freeware BlinkFlash is an extension template which allows an unlimited number of controls to blink. Options include: 1) Delay before blink starts 2) How long to blink for 3) Whether text or background should blink 4) Frequency of blink 5) Conditional blinking – such as “StockLevel < … Continue Reading →