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How To: Install Sabisu Functions

Open up Microsoft Excel Open a blank excel file Press the File option in the top left of Excel Select the Options menu item on the left Navigate to Add-Ins Press the Go button at the bottom of the window Press the Browse button on the right of the Add-Ins . . . Read more

Video

Places a video on the current widget. The video must be in .avi or .mp4 format. Builder Builder Name The name to show for this component inside of the Builder. Builder Description The description of this component. Cosmetic Style HTML style to be applied to the image. Data Host The . . . Read more

$WritebackParameter(Index)

Extracts an additional WritebackValue from a control marked with a DataMethod of either “Read Database with Writeback” or “Read Data Repeater with Writeback” using the specified parameter index. Returns: The additional WritebackValue from the control Index: The index of the additional parameter in the list of extra WritebackValue’s.

$WritebackValue()

Extracts the value entered by a user into a field marked with a DataMethod of either “Read Database with Writeback” or “Read Data Repeater with Writeback”. Returns: The value entered by the user.

$WidgetValueForSQL(ComponentName)

Gets the value stored within the component given, so long as the widget has refreshed since it was changed. Returns: The value inside the component, parsed to be safe for SQL. ComponentName: The name of the component to get the value from.

$WidgetValue(ComponentName)

Gets the value stored within the component given, so long as the widget has refreshed since it was changed. Returns: The value inside the component ComponentName: The name of the component to get the value from. $WidgetValue(txtExample): The text inside of txtExample, a component on the current widget. $WidgetValue(AnotherWidget.txtOther): The text inside . . . Read more

$WidgetWidth(Offset = 0)

Gets the width for the current widget with the offset given. Returns: The width of the widget Offset: The optional offset to use. $WidgetWidth(20): The width of the current widget with 20 pixels added.