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Thread began 5/19/2010 4:57 am by tom113673 | Last modified 5/27/2010 7:02 pm by tom113673 | 2025 views | 16 replies

tom113673

I still don't think you understand my post. I don't care about Form Builder because I don't use it (because of the huge amount of code it produces etc.).

My point is, this might become relevant *if Form Builder is integrated into DataAssist* (otherwise not important to me at all).

No one has commented about the superfluous CSS produced *by DataAssist* (remember I don't care about Form Builder - I really don't). Perhaps it's not a problem for other people. Is it an issue for you? I would be interested in your opinion. I would also be interested of course in a comment from WA about this apparently unnecessary code which I suspect is some legacy oversight which hopefully won't be perpetuated in future products.

I appreciate your comments but I really don't want to discuss Form Builder unless it relates to this thread.

>thanks for the wonderful tip! This extension can be very handy, downloading it now<
I forget to acknowledge this - thanks. I downloaded it when it was released. However it has nothing to do with my post. I didn't mention I was interested in a form builder (I'm not). DataAssist is not a form builder (I realise it includes form generation) - my post was about DataAssist.

Again, my apologies for failing to make things clear. I hope the point of my post is clear now.

Tom Dupre

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