concept fly software (?)
Posted 28 November 2011 - 11:06 AM
For example, you could create your new fly by cliking on various materials and see what it would look like before you actually start tying it?
Posted 23 June 2013 - 09:55 AM
Not sure about this, but I have encountered a few products (quite antiquated now) for storing a catalog of your materials, and some patterns.
I am a computer guy, but now a programmer, and I am trying to figure out how to build an access database that will keep an inventory of your materials, and a cross reference to what you can make with it. I am trying also to put some sort of 'stock' count on it, so that you know you need to order/purchase a certain material once you reach ~25% remaining etc..
The products wont run on Linux, or any 64bit OS For those still using XP it would probably work. I think I may try it on an XP virtual machine and port it to a more modern format... If I am successful, I will make it available. I just have to get permission from the creator.
Posted 23 June 2013 - 10:13 AM
Posted 23 June 2013 - 03:26 PM
If it is an access database, it will run on windows 7 64 bit, I have a few DB's running that way. Using Office 2010 Pro.
The one to which I am referring to was written in Access 2.0, and I have tried running it. It said "Operating system not supported" which means that it is 8 or 16bit (DOS based), from the Windows 95 days. I am also using Office 2013 Pro. I really ought to learn some of this stuff in better detail. I am getting rusty on it.
Thanks for the link, this may save me from recreating the wheel so to speak.
Edit: The software was called SuperFly on a 486 computer.
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