As is well known, UI components aren't threadsafe - hence the rule that only the thread that created a component can access it.You can optionally turn this rule off and allow the worker thread to access the UI but this isn't a good idea.Iâ€™ve been trying all weekend to find where the limitations are, but you seem to have covered everything, and in an elegant manner too â€“ well done!Again, I am truly appreciative and impressed by your quality of product, level of support, technical abilities, and willingness to help.Note that it does not display any other changes, e.g. Code & for submitting bug reports: https://github.com/pe7er/db8sitelastmodified -- db8 Social Media Share J3.x v2.6 [23-December-2014] --# Added filter="raw" to mod_db8to make it possible to add HTML code to "Text before/after Date" fields.-- db8 Social Media Share J3.x v2.5 [17-April-2014] --# Changed date format from PHP strftime to PHP date to display weekday & month in other languages# Updated the module to Joomla 3.x and added for automatic future update notifications & one-click-update functionality -- db8 Site Last Modified J25 v24 [13-March-2012] --# Changed date format from PHP date to PHP strftime to display weekday & month in other languages# Changed installation file to display text after installation.# Added French language file.
It is also for these reasons that I am purchasing a license for your software.
One of the biggest problems facing any Windows forms or WPF programmer is that you can't use the UI thread to do much work.
If you do the result is an unresponsive application.
credits to Mihàly Mart ("Sarki") for corrections regarding installation & French Language files.
-- db8 Site Last Modified J25 v2.3 [16-February-2012] --# Joomla 1.5 module completely rewritten for Joomla 2.5# Corrected date/time with Joomla's Time Offset functionality AND user's time offset settings.