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What is this GUI package called

What is this GUI package called

What is this GUI package called

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I used a GUI package about 10-15 years ago and I'm trying to remember what it is to see if there is an update.  This is a rough description.

It divides the screen into a 20x10 tiled grid.  The tiles can be merged to form bigger tiles.  The bigger tiles can be used a listboxes.  Every tile can have text on and colour.  The tile callback will either populate a merged tile or redraw the entire grid in the form of a new submenu.

I remember that it was used in Disney Florida for the cash registers when I went there in 1998.  The same package isn't used in EuroDisney.

It is really bugging me that I can't remember the name of this package.

RE: What is this GUI package called

It looks like GRIDPLUS for Tcl/Tk...
 

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