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New Team Website


Recently we got a new team website.

We thought we could add a few faces to the website and show you the people behind the products.

And we listed a few of our partners for development of a few plugin parts. Some of them may join us for the conference.

If you like to meet us, you can see us at the various conferences.

This year Stefanie will join me for Xojo Developer Conference in Miami, FileMaker DevCon in Orlando, MBS Xojo Conference in Cologne and FileMaker Konferenz in Hamburg.

Drag & Drop to a popover coming for next MBS Plugin


As you may know we have Drag & Drop area for FileMaker as part of the MBS FileMaker Plugin. It allows you to drop files, images, emails, attachments, text, rtf, html and more to the FileMaker application. Now we added the feature to place it on top of a popover:



Simply call DragDrop.CreateOnPopoverWithControl or DragDrop.CreateOnPopoverWithSize functions to place the control on top of an open popover. You can put this in the trigger script to run when popover is entered and remove the drop area when the popover is left.

Coming in April/May with MBS FileMaker Plugin's 9.2 release.

WWDC 2019


Today I got a notice from Apple that I won their ticket lottery and got a ticket for WWDC 2019 in San José.

I am looking forward to get into their keynote presentation, get into a few interesting session and meet a few of the engineer who wrote the frameworks I use everyday.

Anyone else coming to WWDC?

This is my 5th attempt to get a ticket for WWDC, so I am happy to get there this year.

I'll certainly add a few extra days to do the sight seeing tour to Apple's two campuses. Maybe I can even stop by FileMaker Inc. and take a look where they do all the development work?

If people are interested we could even make some kind of local meet-up with people from San Francisco or San José area to talk about FileMaker and Xojo?

Replacing plugin on FileMaker Server


Today we run into a little issue with FileMaker Server and our plugin. We have a server with MacOS and our MBS FileMaker Plugin installed. Now we replaced the plugin file with a new version and want to the newer version with the server. But how?

We started in Admin Console for FileMaker and disabled MBS Plugin. Enabled it again and well, the old plugin is back, even if newer file is in Extensions folder!
Same when we disable plugins for script engine. When we enable again, the same plugin becomes active. Seems like FileMaker Script Engine doesn't really try to unload and load again the plugin.

What works is to use Terminal and the command "fmsadmin restart fmse". This will restart the scripting engine and consequently end all running scripts. But it will reload the plugin from disk and you get the new version.
Alternatively you can of course just restart your server machine or restart the whole FileMaker Server, but that would kill all connections.



By the way, the console app is used to show /Library/FileMaker Server/Logs/stderr as this is a place where the log messages from MBS Plugin show up. Our plugin writes a message on startup as well as any requested trace messages.

CURL birthday and conference


Today CURL library and command line tool turns 21 years old. It's a long time in software business and a great success with curl on nearly every computer device on earth as it ships for example with MacOS, Google Chrome, Linux, Android and others.

Since January 2007 and the MBS Xojo Plugin 7.0, we do include CURL for up- and download via ftp/http.

Since January 2012 and the MBS FileMaker Plugin 2.5, we include CURL functions for FileMaker.

And as far as I see, FileMaker Inc. added CURL right to the database engine with version 11 of FileMaker, but only added CURL options for Insert From URL script step with version 16.

See blog post from Daniel Stenberg.

For end of March we have the CURL conference on the agenda in Prague. Please join it if you like to learn more about CURL. See wiki page.

Interested in a meeting for FileMaker or Xojo?
If you are in Prague and like to talk with me, please contact me soon.

How to Convert a PDF document to a PDF/A


A lot of companies need PDF/A for long term archiving. PDF/A should make a barrier-free accessible documents possible after 100 years. Thats because of the tree structure of the elements, which makes it possible to open the document in the future with a screen reader application and it looks the same like 100 years ago when it was created. All fonts and color profiles are embedded to the PDF Document, so no external dependencies cause trouble. 

I want to show how you can do it with our MBS Plugin in FileMaker and DynaPDF.

In our example layout we have two container. One with the name Input for the PDF to process and one with the name Output for the result. You can insert a PDF file by putting your document into the Input container via Drag & Drop. We add a button which calls the following script:


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Adding route planing for MapView in FileMaker


We'll add new function for next plugin release to plan a route for MapView functions:

So when you need to show a route on a map or get the steps, you can use our new MapView.PlanRoute function. Depending on the options, it can show the route, alternative routes as lines on the map, the start and end point as pins. Optionally we can zoom to show the route centered on the map. We can also return the information for the route as JSON blocks, so you can see the locations we found, the steps of the routes and if needed all the points on the map on the route.

Coming soon for Mac and iOS in MBS FileMaker Plugin.

New testimonial from a client


Today we got an email with this nice text:

I want to congratulate you again on such a great plugin. MBS FileMaker Plugin has transformed our solutions into no-compromise tools. It gives a way to answer when we say... "Could that be possible?"... and yes it is when we employ the plugin. Also what I love is I don't have to employ many plugins into a solution. It has all things considered and provides each one thoroughly. I especially love the extras stuff it can do with images and containers. I used to use command line tools with Image Magick and Graphics Magic and hope that I could get FileMaker to play nice. However, your plugin has streamlined the process. Thanks again ☺ Chris Johnston

Thanks Chris for your compliments and see you at the next conference!

Create PDF from scanned images and skip blank pages


When you scan images from a flatbed scanner or document feeder, you may get a collection of image files, one for each page. Than you may want to join them as a big PDF document and you may prefer skipping white pages.

Recently I wrote a script for this task using MBS FileMaker Plugin and DynaPDF.

In my script I scan the pages with our WIA.Scan function and get the list of picture file paths from WIA.Images function. The path is stored at $paths variable in the sample script below. In the following loop I use GMImage.NewFromFile function to load the image file into memory and get back the reference number for the image. This image is converted (if necessary) to the RGB colorspace with GMImage.SetType function. This is a necessary condition for the GMImage.AveragePixelValue function. It calculates the average pixel value and depending of the image content it is more black (0.0) or white (1.0). The function also need the dimensions of the region that should be tested. I want to test the whole page and simply pass the whole image size, queried via GMImage.GetWidth and GMImage.GetHeight functions. 

 

A perfect white page would have an average pixel value of 1.0. But scanners usually do not scan perfect white pages, because dust pollutes the scan result. So we need to test against a little bit smaller value like 0.999. 


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MBS FileMaker Plugin 9.1 - More than 5700 Functions In One Plugin


Nickenich, Germany - (March 12th, 2019) -- MonkeyBread Software today is pleased to announce MBS FileMaker Plugin 9.1 for macOS, iOS, Linux and Windows, the latest update to their product that is easily the most powerful plugin currently available for FileMaker Pro. As the leading database management solution for Windows, macOS, iOS and the web, the FileMaker Pro Integrated Development Environment supports a plugin architecture that can easily extend the feature set of the application. MBS FileMaker Plugin 9.1 has been updated and now includes over 5700 different functions, and the versatile plugin has gained more new functions:

For iOS we got new DocumentPicker functions to show the standard panel to import or open files. You can specify file types and get a script trigged when the choice is made.

When you edit a layout in FileMaker on MacOS, you may notice that the contextual menu to select object style is not sorted. The MBS Plugin can now sort the contextual menu entries alphabetically for you. For the export dialog, you can leave your mouse over a field and our plugin can show via tooltip what type a field has.

If users ask you to implement scrolling though records via mouse wheel, please check the FM.MouseWheelScriptTrigger function. You can get a script triggered to move through records for both MacOS and Windows.

Our AVRecorder functions got an upgrade for Windows, where you can now set the video encoder to use. You can show the standard configure dialog and setup streams, camera controls, and video compression configuration.

DynaPDF got functions to handle optional content in PDF documents (layers). You can query layers, show or hide them and save the new PDF. Table cells can have an action attached for mouse clicks. When printing PDFs with DynaPDF.Print function, you can provide a maximum resolution. The DynaPDF.ReplacePattern function can change text color and WriteFText functions can run in plain text mode.

This version includes three new remarkable example databases:
  1. IMAP Email shows how import emails via IMAP from server into FileMaker and even shows a preview of the email.
  2. Events Sync shows how to synchronizes events in FileMaker with the Calendar database for MacOS.
  3. Scan with WIA to PDF shows how to scan images on Windows from your flatbed or document feeder scanner and convert them to a PDF/A.

To help scanning, you can now use ImageCapture.PDF function to query a PDF document with the images scanned on MacOS. For Windows the WIA.Images provides a list of image files to further process them.

As Apple deprecated older UserNotification functions, we got new UNNotification functions for MacOS 10.14 and newer as well as iOS 10 and newer.

With PKCS7 functions, you can now read p7m files and extract content and certificates. The X509.Read functions read binary files and Socket.Listen can now use a bigger backlog. For our SQL functions in FileMaker, we got new aggregate functions FM.SQL.Min, FM.SQL.Max, FM.SQL.Avg and FM.SQL.Sum.

Finally we upgraded CURL library to version 7.64.0, DynaPDF to version 4.0.26.74, SQLAPI to version 4.2.5 and SQLite to version 3.27.1.

See release notes for a complete list of changes. (more)

Neues MBS FileMaker Plugin 9.1


12. März 2019 - Monkeybread Software veröffentlicht heute das MBS Plugin für FileMaker in Version 9.1, mit inzwischen über 5700 Funktionen eines der größten FileMaker Plugins überhaupt. Hier einige der Neuerungen:

Für iOS haben wir neue DocumentPicker Funktionen um den Standarddialog für Import bzw. Öffnen anzuzeigen. Sie können den Dateityp festlegen und bekommen einen Skriptaufruf, wenn der Benutzer fertig ist.

Wenn Sie ein Layout in FileMaker unter MacOS bearbeiten, ist Ihnen vielleicht aufgefallen, dass die Objektstile im Kontextmenü nicht sortiert sind. Das MBS Plugin sortiert diese Einträge jetzt alphabetisch für Sie. Im Export Dialog können Sie die Maus über einen Feldnamen halten und in einem keinen Infofenster erscheinen Informationen zum Feld. Unser Plugin zeigt Ihnen den Namen vom Feld, der Tabelle und ganz wichtig den Typ des Feldes an.

Wenn ein Benutzer Sie danach fragt, ob man per Mausrad durch die Datensätze navigieren kann, dann schauen Sie sich bitte die FM.MouseWheelScriptTrigger Funktion an. Sie bekommen einen Skriptaufruf für MacOS und Windows bei Benutzung des Mausrades. Ihr Skript kann dann zum nächsten Datensatz weiter blättern.

Unsere AVRecorder Funktionen wurden für Windows überarbeitet. Sie können jetzt den Videokompressor festlegen. Außerdem können Sie die Standarddialoge von Windows anzeigen um die Streams, Kamera und die Kompression zu konfigurieren.

DynaPDF hat einige neuen Funktionen um optionale Inhalte in PDF Dokumenten (Ebenen) zu verwalten. Sie können abfragen welche Ebenen es gibt, einzelne ein/ausblenden und das PDF speichern. Zellen in Tabellen können jetzt Aktionen haben und auf Mausklicks reagieren. Wenn Sie mit DynaPDF.Print ein PDF ausdrucken, können Sie die Auflösung beschränken und mit DynaPDF.ReplacePattern nicht nur den Text, sondern auch die Farbe ändern. WriteFText kann Text jetzt mit oder ohne Formatierung ausgeben.

Diese Version beinhaltet auch drei bemerkenswerte Beispieldatenbanken:
  1. IMAP Email zeigt Ihnen, wie Sie Emails von einem IMAP Server in FileMaker importieren und anzeigen.
  2. Events Sync zeigt wie Sie Termine in FileMaker mit dem Kalender von MacOS synchronisieren.
  3. Scan with WIA to PDF zeigt Ihnen wie man bei Windows Bilder einscannt und dann zu einem PDF zusammenfügt.
Zum Scannen haben wir ein neue ImageCapture.PDF Funktion um alle Bilder vom Scan als ein PDF Dokument zurück zu geben. Für Windows gibt die WIA.Images Funktion eine Liste aller Bilder zum Weiterverarbeiten.

Da Apple die älteren Klassen für Benachrichtigungen (UserNotification Funktionen) als veraltet markiert hat, bieten wir mit dieser Version die neueren UNNotification Funktionen für MacOS 10.14 und neuer sowie iOS 10.0 und neuer an.

Mit den PKCS7 Funktionen können Sie jetzt p7m Dateien lesen und den Inhalt und die Zertifikate auslesen. Die X509.Read Funktionen lesen jetzt auch Binäre Zertifikate und die Socket.Listen Funktion kann jetzt mehr Sockets annehmen. Für die SQL Funktionen in FileMaker haben wir neue Aggregierungsfunktionen FM.SQL.Min, FM.SQL.Max, FM.SQL.Avg und FM.SQL.Sum.

Außerdem haben wir die CURL Bibliothek auf Version 7.64.0, DynaPDF auf Version 4.0.26.74, SQLAPI auf Version 4.2.5 und SQLite auf Version 3.27.1 aktualisiert.

Alle Änderungen in den Release Notes. (more)

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.1pr7


New in this prerelease of version 9.1 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin:
  • Updated DynaPDF to version 4.0.26.75.
  • Changed GraphicsMagick to detect installed fonts at runtime for MacOS instead of hard coded list.
  • Fixed problem with Events.Reset function.
  • Fixed bug in handling 16-bit color for GraphicsMagick, which affected the trim and replace color examples.
  • Fixed an issue with WebViewer not found for Popover controls. (bug from pr1)
Download at monkeybreadsoftware.de/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Send text message from FileMaker via iMessage


A client recently asked how to send text messages (SMS) via iMessage. Instead of using a web service of some provider, he only has to occasionally send a few messages automated over his iPhone. So we got the following AppleScript for him:

 

property targetPhone : ""

property targetMessage : ""

 

on run

tell application "Messages"

set targetService to 1st service whose service type = iMessage

set targetBuddy to buddy targetPhone of targetService

send targetMessage to targetBuddy

end tell

end run

 

This script has two properties for the phone number (or email) and the message to send. The script asks Messages app on MacOS for the first service for iMessage and for the buddy with the given phone number. Than it sends a message to the buddy.

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Login in FileMaker web viewer if needed


Sometimes you may want to show a website in a webviewer, but a login is required. We solved this for a client today with the following script. First we go by script to the website. If we have to login, there is a login form, so we set the user name and password. If the field is not found, we are logged in and exit the script. Otherwise we click the login button and continue to the final website:

 

 # Load website

Set Web Viewer [ Object Name: "web" ; URL: "https://somedomain/search" ] 

# Wait for it

Loop

Pause/Resume Script [ Duration (seconds): ,1 ] 

Exit Loop If [ MBS("webview.isloading"; "web") ≠ 1 ] 

End Loop

# Set login name

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "WebView.SetFormInputValue"; "web"; "login_form"; "__ac_name"; "xxx") ] 

If [ MBS("iserror") ] 

# No form, so we are already logged in?

If [ Position ( $r ; "failed to find form" ; 1 ; 1 ) = 0 ] 

Show Custom Dialog [ "Failed to set username field." ; $r ] 

End If

Exit Script [ Text Result:    ] 

End If

# Set password

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "WebView.SetFormInputValue"; "web"; "login_form"; "__ac_password"; "xxx") ] 

If [ MBS("iserror") ] 

Show Custom Dialog [ "Failed to set password field." ; $r ] 

End If

# Wait

Pause/Resume Script [ Duration (seconds): ,1 ] 

# Click login button

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "WebView.ClickInput"; "web"; "login_form"; "submit") ] 

If [ MBS("iserror") ] 

Show Custom Dialog [ "Failed to click submit button." ; $r ] 

End If

# or submit form

// Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "WebView.formsubmit"; "web"; "login_form") ] 

// If [ MBS("iserror") ] 

// Show Custom Dialog [ "Fehler" ; $r ] 

// End If

# Wait for page loading after login

Loop

Pause/Resume Script [ Duration (seconds): ,1 ] 

Exit Loop If [ MBS("webview.isloading"; "web") ≠ 1 ] 

End Loop

# Go to search page where we want to be after login

Set Web Viewer [ Object Name: "web" ; URL: "https://somedomain/search" ] 

Next user can do a search and find information to use in the FileMaker solution. If needed, our plugin can assist to extract text or html live content from the web viewer as well as query content of certain DOM elements via JavaScript (see WebView.RunJavaScript) . In case the website changes layout, you may need to adjust the script with new form and field names.


Read patient name from Swiss Health Card


Here a snippet from MBS Plugin training today. The health cards used by people in Switzerland (VVK 832.105 und eCH-0064) include various interesting values to identify the patient like his name, ID and the health insurance name. We can read the values via several standard readers. If you like, you can read various values from file 2F06 with birth date, name, card holder ID and 2F07 with insurancer name, card ID and expiration date. Here a short sample script to read the name of the patient:
 

# Initialize smart card:

Set Variable [ $$SmartCard ; Value: MBS( "SmartCard.Init" ) ] 

If [ MBS("IsError") ] 

Show Custom Dialog [ "Failed to initialize SmartCard" ; $$SmartCard ] 

Exit Script [ Text Result:    ] 

End If

# Connect to a reader

Set Variable [ $reader ; Value: "Identiv SCR3310 uTrust 2700 R" ] 

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "SmartCard.Connect"; $$SmartCard; $Reader; "Shared"; "any" ) ] 

If [ MBS("IsError") ] 

Show Custom Dialog [ "Connect failed" ; $r ] 

Exit Script [ Text Result:    ] 

End If

# Read file from smartcard with APDU protocol.

# Read record with name

Set Variable [ $result ; Value: MBS( "SmartCard.ReadFile"; $$SmartCard; "2F06") ] 

If [ MBS("IsError") ] 

Set Field [ Card::Status ; $result ] 

Show Custom Dialog [ "Error" ; $result ] 

Exit Script [ Text Result:    ] 

End If

# Pick result

Set Variable [ $filedata ; Value: Middle ( $result ; 5; Length($result) ) ] 

# Split in values

Set Variable [ $json ; Value: MBS("SmartCard.SplitValues"; $FileData) ] 

# Get item 128, which is full name

Set Variable [ $name ; Value: JSONGetElement ( $json ; "128" ) ] 

Set Variable [ $NameList ; Value: Substitute($name; ", "; ¶) ] 

Set Variable [ $LastName ; Value: GetValue($nameList; 1) ] 

Set Variable [ $FirstName ; Value: GetValue($nameList; 2) ] 

Show Custom Dialog [ "Name" ; $FirstName & " " & $LastName ] 

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "SmartCard.DisConnect"; $$SmartCard; "Eject") ] 


This connects to reader, reads the rigth file, decodes values and shows the name of the patient. Other values are available in the json object.

Tooltips for the FileMaker export dialog


Recently a developer contacted us. They have to handle several databases of their clients and all have different naming schemes for fields. In the export dialog, they don't know which fields are formulas, statistic or global fields. If the name doesn't say it, you may not know it in the dialog. Of course they can switch to the database definition dialog and take a screenshot of the fields list. But it would be easier to see the type information directly in the export dialog.

Here you see a screenshot composition with six different tooltips at once. When the system needs a tooltip MBS Plugin looks up the table and field names and queries the type information via SQL to display in the tooltip. So you may see field names like varchar (text), decimal (numbers), binary (containers) and calculated (formula). Repetitions are showed in brackets and global fields have a global prefix to the type.

The feature is available for MacOS in the new 9.1pr6 version of MBS FileMaker Plugin. We hope you enjoy it!

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.1pr6


New in this prerelease of version 9.1 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin:
  • Added PKCS7 functions to read signed data.
  • Added tooltip for Export dialog for MacOS. If a table name is selected in popup, we can show field type in tooltip for list entries.
  • Added WordFile.AddMediaFile function.
  • Added backlog parameter for Socket.Listen.
  • Manually applied CURL fix: vauth/oauth2: Fix OAUTHBEARER token generation #3377
  • Changed web viewer made with WebView.Create to open links with target=_blank in browser.
Download at monkeybreadsoftware.de/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Dialogs made in FileMaker


Sometimes you need a dialog to ask the user a few details your FileMaker solution. Maybe a selection dialog or a small input for a few text fields. FileMaker can open dialog boxes that show a layout with the new window script step. The layout used can look like a dialog and provide buttons to close the dialog. Since FileMaker 16 introduced the card style for windows, you can use dialogs as well as cards in a window.

 

Dialog Window

 

Basically, we have a little problem with such dialogs in a script. Usually the script ends and the button triggers later the next script to complete the work. This is annoying, because the flow in the script is interrupted and you can handle everything in one script. Local variables are gone with the end of the script and the context needs to be recreated in the second script.

 

We got a solution recently: While the dialog is displayed, the calling script waits in a script pause and continues as soon as the dialog is finished. This allows the result to be further processed directly in the script. Here is the sample script for a dialog:

 

Set Variable [ $x ; Value: Get ( ScreenWidth ) / 2 - 200 ] 

Set Variable [ $y ; Value: Get ( ScreenHeight ) / 3 - 100 ] 

New Window [ Style: Dialog ; Name: "Dialog" ; Using layout: “Card” ; Height: 240+20 ; Width: 400 ; Top: $y ; Left: $x ] 

Show/Hide Toolbars [ Hide ] 

Loop

Pause/Resume Script [ Indefinitely ] 

Set Variable [ $Result ; Value: Get(ScriptResult) ] 

Exit Loop If [ Length($Result) > 0 ] 

End Loop

#

Close Window [ Name: "Dialog" ; Current file ] 

Set Field [ Dialog Test::Result ; $Result ] 

 

Let's go through the script line by line. First, let us define where the dialog should appear on the screen. The width and height of the screen are divided and half size is subtracted for the dialog. Horizontally we take the middle of the screen. Vertically we take a third, so that the dialog appears further up on the screen. The new window script step takes Dialog as window type. We use the layout called "card" (in the example file) and the corresponding size. Width and height depend on the size of the layout. This layout shows the text for the dialog, possibly some input fields and at least one button to close the dialog. In order to make sure that no toolbar is displayed, we hide the toolbar explicitly.

 

The loop in the script sets an unlimited script break. The pause gives the user time to use the dialog. If the user continues the script, the loop will pause directly again. We get the result of the dialog via the script result function and finish the loop as soon as we have a result. When the user has decided, we close the window after the loop. With $Result we can continue our script. In the example, this information is only written to a field.

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Newer IMAP Email example for FileMaker


Have you seen our new email example for loading emails via IMAP?

We'd like to show you our newest email example to receive emails:

In this example you can enter your email server, user name and password. Than you can click load email list and the plugin will load the list of all emails and show them as records in the database:



This is just the list of emails we loaded. For each email we get the basic information and if needed, you can click "Load Email" button to load the actual email from the server. (more)

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.1pr5


New in this prerelease of version 9.1 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin:
  • Added WinSendMail.SendAsync function.
  • Fixed bug with image indexes for DynaPDF.AppendImagePages function.
  • Updated SQLAPI to version 4.2.5.
  • Fixed a problem with XML.Parse getting an XML reference number.
  • Added feature to sort layout style entries in context menu in FileMaker layout editor.
  • Changed script search to delay search a few milliseconds to avoid search while typing.
  • Fixed problem with Printer.Print picking items in popup menu if you have two similar starting entries.
Download at monkeybreadsoftware.de/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Older blog entries:

2019-03-01 Sorted object style contextual menu in FileMaker
2019-02-28 Let CURL handle cookie list
2019-02-25 MBS Workshop in Hamburg bei der FileMaker Konferenz
2019-02-25 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.1pr4
2019-02-24 New DirectShow dialogs
2019-02-23 What a week
2019-02-22 Text to Webviewer Script for FileMaker
2019-02-20 Fixing a broken time machine backup
2019-02-18 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.1pr3
2019-02-14 Scroll through records with mouse wheel on MacOS
2019-02-12 FileMaker Stammtische diese Woche
2019-02-11 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.1pr2
2019-02-07 FileMaker Developer Conference 2019
2019-02-06 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.1pr1
2019-02-06 Workshop zum MBS FileMaker Plugin @ Denkform
2019-02-05 FileMaker Conference dotfmp.berlin 2019
2019-02-02 FileMaker Stammtisch in Hamburg am 7. Februar
2019-02-01 UserNotifications framework for Mac
2019-01-30 FileMaker SQL with Sum, Min, Max and Avg on results
2019-01-29 Document Picker Functions for MBS FileMaker Plugin

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