It is a relief to hear from you. I’m sorry if you were weirded out by the help
offered. I have struggled in the past to swallow my pride and just accept help
when I need it. Last year dealing with Rebecca’s cancer was a humbling
experience for me in this regard.
Anyway, there’s a few
On Sat, 26 May 2018 at 22:09, AndyP via use-livecode <
> If for example you are using LC on Mac which I have used in the past and
> was a pleasure to behold.. it just works!
When I wrote the list of things that were broken I was writing specifically
Hi Sean, its very thoughtful of you to break it down the way you did.
peace and love to you and all the best.
On Fri, May 25, 2018 at 8:45 PM, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode <
> Hello Sean -
> Very glad to read your post here.
> There are only a
Is there a way to query to see where group-editing mode is enabled (which
group)? On a project that I'm working, I'd like to be able to stop the
group editing and then restore the previous state.
I looked at the commands in the dictionary and did not see a reference to
one that would provide
Windows and V9 is more problematic than the 8 series.
Unfortunately before any of the problems previously mentioned are looked at,
the message queuing and subsequent slow down, juttering and eventual
crashing of the ide when either the script editor, project browser or
message box are in extended
Can someone using 9.0.0 help me out?
This used to work in LC 7 but now generates an error on the second line
(*put*thelongidofobjRef intot1). What is the new correct syntax? This
popped up in the MasterLibrary.
*on*seSetObjectState objRef, objState*
Curry Kenworthy wrote:
> One general problem is that backward-compatibility
> has been abandoned and even politicized/demonized
> by some of the big players. (Hello Mr. Jobs.) BC
> is actually just part of a bigger concept. I don't
> have the correct word for that concept handy
> (Richard?) but
I like to add two more observations for Windows 10 and LC9:
I wrote that before LC9 on a secondary monitor menus tend to move into
Nirvana as they open not at the location of the menu. This is correct with
one exception: The Script Editor's menus are still behaving the old way,
maybe not as
Thanks Paul - yes, I've got an active Apple Developer account and I've
downloaded a code signing certificate for both MacOS and the iOS
systems. After dragging my app to AppWrapper and immediately wrapping
it AppWrapper displays "Unable to Code Sign the application - please
select a valid
Mr. Sean, I'm sorry to hear your story, thank God, you managed to overcome
it. Nothing is more important than life.
I am from Venezuela, a South American country in dictatorship, with food,
electricity and internet failures. For two years I have been trying to do
something with LIVECODE and I
You've had a tough journey, that's for sure, its good to see that you are
now thinking about the future and how to move forward.
Wishing you well in whatever direction you decide to go.
My software never has bugs. It just develops random features.
Thank you, Richmond! You have cheered me up a lot. You make some very good
points and it's good to know I'm not alone in my feelings about so much of
it. Ju and I have been discussing it and what I might focus on instead.
Unfortunately, that means I'd be leaving you guys in the cesspool as I drag
> I haven't actually tried it but would it work to just put empty into the
> field before deleting the card? That would be sort of a "clean as you go"
That’s a very neat workaround which should leave at most a couple of bytes of
uncollected garbage, until the bug is squashed.
I do think that it is right to say that everything is broken or not
Also not in Windows 10.
And to survive in such market with such a highly ambitious project such as
LiveCode -- I consider it almost a wonder that LiveCode is still around.
Imagine having to support so many
Well, Sean, your message is very long and filled with a lot of stuff;
so, at the risk of being a bore,
I'll take a long bit replying to all your points; especially as that's
what I feel it deserves.
On 25/5/2018 7:07 pm, Sean Cole (Pi) via use-livecode wrote:
This is going to be a
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