On Aug 18, 2004, at 6:29 AM, tedd wrote: > However, while TWM is excellent at what it does, it does not have all > the functionality and scope that PG provided. PG was a breath of fresh > air to programming drudgery, a crystal clear system of closure for > complex coding, and a sunrise of opportunity for creativity -- and, > I'm sure I'm understating it's worth. I agree and this is no slight to the wonderful tool that Bernie has produced. PG covered all the drudgery and left the programmer to just respond to button clicks and menu selections (I've oversimplified but the concept is right :)). Even today, as someone who completely converted an application from PG, I haven't tackled something that PG did automatically: drag and drop. While a new updated PG would be wonderful, we must all ask ourselves if that is where we would suggest Staz spend their resources. Undoubtedly, a new PG would be major project and other enhancements might languish during PG's development. Just my 2 cents. Brian S.