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Is Essential Edit similar to Stingray Object Edit

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1128 Sep 24,2002 11:02 PM Sep 25,2002 07:40 AM Windows Forms 1
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Sandra
Asked On September 24, 2002 11:02 PM

Hi, Is Essential Edit similar to Stingray Object Edit (which I have used in my MFC applications)? Does it have all the features of Stingray Object Edit? Thanks. John

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Replied On September 25, 2002 07:40 AM

John, Yes, Essential Edit has almost all the features of Stingray Object Edit. In fact, setting files for Stingray Object Edit can be easily converted to those of Essential Edit. Some functions supported by Essential Edit (e.g., intellimouse support, two-level tags, and non-monospace font support, etc.) are not provided by Stingray Object Edit. Please contact the Sales Department for an evaluation version and see if Essential Edit meets the requirements of your projects. Thanks for you interest in Essential Suite. Syncfusion Technical Support > Hi, > > Is Essential Edit similar to Stingray Object Edit (which I have used in my MFC applications)? Does it have all the features of Stingray Object Edit? Thanks. > > John >

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