More Win32::GUI hacking (well, beating-head-against-walling, more like) today made me realize that I don't want to be confined to a life of handcoding pixel positions for controls. So off I went, in search of a better tool (particularly, a good form designer for Win32::GUI) to implement my weather program...
The GUI Loft is a superb (beta, but very very functional) form designer for Win32 native GUI applications. It's based on Win32::GUI, and in my opinion, is exceedingly well-designed.
At first (like, the first 13 seconds) I was a little disappointed at the fact that this tool doesn't generate Perl code, instead using its own engine (aka, Perl modules) to build the windows you design, which are stored in