I am just joking, of course. I read in today's WSJ.com that Elon Musk is opening his new location for Neuralink and "inviting job seekers to stop by his hotel in Berlin to apply for positions at the new factory he is building there".
I did not come up with a solution for our input forms. That is unfortunate because input forms are about 90% of our business. We support over 950 commercial insurance forms, some of which have hundreds of data entry fields per form. Years ago we used pdf forms for data entry, but then browsers started to not support them for security reasons, so we switched to placing fields on top of form images and submitting that way. Unfortunately, I have not been able to figure out a way to do that in Ninox. We can do it in the preview mode, but that does not allow WYSIWYG data entdry, which our users require. A few months back I put in a request to Ninox to make it possible to enter data into fields in preview mode, but that has not happened. This limits our use of Ninox.