I'm new to Kaleidagraph and can't get a scatter plot to work on it. I put my data in the columns and go to Gallery->Linear->Scatter. I change column A to the X values and column B-F as the Y values. When I click on New Plot a message comes up saying "Text data columns can only be used as the independent plot variable." I have no idea what to do and would appreciate some help. Thanks, Mike.
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In iTunes you can customize your view of library and playlist columns however you like. What track information is most important to you — Song Name, Time, Album, Artist, Genre, My Rating, Last Played (date), Date Added, Year, Play Count? In View > View Options, you can show or hide columns in your jukebox. You can even move the columns around by clicking and dragging the column headings. It’s your jukebox. You can lay it out any way you choose.
You need to decide how you want the web page to appear. Most simple web pages have 2 or 3 colums to separate the content. If you are adding images, this may influence the width of a colum. e.g. if an image is 300px wide, then the column should be at least 300px wide. A web page may be set to a size suitable for viewing in browsers, the most common widths being between 600 and 925px. So if a web page is 600px wide, you would only get 2 columns of 300px width, or 3 columns of 200px width.
AppleWorks is a quirky and hopelessly outdated product. I am aware that a few people have an extreme fondness for it however.
It should only have taken minutes to import data, but don't do it in AppleWorks - they stopped making it years ago and it is unsupported and non-standard.
I have just taken two AppleWorks databases, - one older and one newer that needed to be combined. I exported them as tab delimited text and then imported them into Excel (You could use Apple Numbers - the modern equivalent to AppleWorks). Because the to db's had different headers, I imported them into two different Excel docs first and moved the columns around so the matched first, them copy each column over to the 'master' excel sheet.
You can either use the basic database tools in Excel, or once your data is combined and in this kind of data form, it is easy to import a .xls, or .csv into a new database program, such as Filemaker.
If you do copy over the data to Excel, any merge function - for label printing etc. has to be done in Word (or at least up to Word 2004). I was thrown by this until I realised you have to do this. Once a merge doc is set up with the right labels, it worked beautifully. Typical MS though it is a wholly unintuitive process.
Copy and importing data should be done with attention to care obviously. Make sure you have your original AW files backed up before you start.
I have a Data-grid with 3 columns. One is Text Name, second is Image which denotes Offline/Online User Status. Third Image Denotes Blocked/UnBlocked User Status.
Now, I want to change Image on Click. If User1 wants to leaves the chat, Then he clicks on Image in front of his name. Here the images should be changed. And a function userOffline should be called. The function is called on Click but Image does not change. If I try to change the image it changes all images in the Column of all users.
Can any one help