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Final update: I'm giving up on using wxGlade/wxWidgets, it's more complex than needed.

I decided to adapt something I used over 12 years ago -- localhost server to simulate forms posting.

The localhost scheme means eForms are created using a browser and the capturing of data, using Perl, is short. However, I'm having problems getting it to work the way I want and to work reliably, but I'll ask questions under a more appropriate title.

In any event, I thank everyone for the help. As I've said many times, one of the strengths of Perl, is that it has an active and knowledgeable group of followers who are always eager to extend a helping hand. Thanks!

Thanks,
  EigenFunctions
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In reply to Re^4: Win32 Alien-wxWidgets-0.67 manual install by EigenFunctions
in thread [Win32]Alien-wxWidgets-0.67 manual install by EigenFunctions

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