I started a thread over on the forums with a stack that I'm working on:
It will let you view 80 icons on a card and page though a whole set. Icons
are imported to the stack directly from a folder of SVG files.
Hope someone finds it useful.
ok, nevermind, you can't overlay the browser widget I guess. Is there a
On Sun, Jan 7, 2018 at 9:14 PM, Mike Bonner wrote:
> 2 possible options I can see.. either have a 2nd browser widget with that
> page in it, and enable/disable hide/show or just move it out of the
2 possible options I can see.. either have a 2nd browser widget with that
page in it, and enable/disable hide/show or just move it out of the
screenrect.. Though it sounds like all you're doing is putting an animated
gif that you want to show during page load. Can't you just pop it into an
If I think a url is taking too long, I just move on. Does the user really
need a notification?
On January 7, 2018 9:08:20 PM Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode
5) we want to inform the user after 5 seconds that this is taking a long
1) we cannot use TSNet to "listen" to the socket being used by the Browser
2) We cannot overlay a browser with any kind of control/dialog on mobile (or
3) the browser widget takes the whole card screen on mobile phone, except
bottom nav bar which is native LC control
I do receive them as emails, but the text is not well formed, and the thread
is not preserved. So I go to babble to get the context and timing.
It would all be fine if we signed our names.
@ Mike… thanks…
duh! (as he slaps himself on the side of the head) I was mixing up the props
the htmltext # with
this is all static content so all that was needed was,
and then this
put path_Assets() &
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Also, when replying to the list from an email client you may need to adjust
I never can figure out who the authors of these posts are. It seems that
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With--over at midnight GMT?
I asked years ago that everyone sign their full names because the list
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> Am 07.01.2018 um 18:13 schrieb dunbarx via use-livecode
> "I have experienced that ungrouping may send the individual objects to random
> layers. "
> First, what Klaus said.
> Second, layer order is preserved pretty well in LC. When you set
"I have experienced that ungrouping may send the individual objects to random
First, what Klaus said.
Second, layer order is preserved pretty well in LC. When you set the layer
of the group to top, as Kluas suggests, and then ungroup, all the child
controls take the topmost layers,
What if you set the layer of the group to top before ungrouping?
set the layer of grp "playerGroup" to top
ungroup grp "playerGroup"
But, why do you need to ungroup?
> On Jan 7, 2018, at 9:32 AM, Pyyhtiä Christer via use-livecode
When setting object layers, how do they work actually?
The documentation states the higher the number of an object, the control is
higher than the the object it is on.
This means that in case of two objects on top of each other a mouseClick would
go first to the object with the higher layer
Am 07.01.2018 um 13:01 schrieb Klaus major-k via use-livecode
> Hallo Hermann,
>> Am 06.01.2018 um 21:09 schrieb hh via use-livecode
>> I tested this as follows (what shows that all my presumptions are wrong):
> Am 06.01.2018 um 21:09 schrieb hh via use-livecode
> I tested this as follows (what shows that all my presumptions are wrong):
> 1. Downloaded and installed in the IDE the default iOSFont SF from here
"But you can compute the needed rectangle and resize the
widget accordingly by LC Script."
Indeed: but that presupposes I'm NOT a lazy slob8-)
On 7/1/2018 11:58 am, hh via use-livecode wrote:
Maintain aspect ratio is for resizing
Maintain aspect ratio is for resizing the svg object
when resizing the widget.
What you want is probably that the widget resizes its
rectangle *minimally* so that the size of the svg remains
unchanged when rotating. That's not (yet) available in LCB.
But you can compute the needed rectangle and
I went here: https://livecode.com/livecode-widgets-svg-path/
and came across maintainAspectRatio which sounds dead groovy:
setthemaintainAspectRatio ofwidget "hour" totrue
settheangleofwidget "hour" toINC
but it didn't maintain its aspect ratio . . .
On 7/1/2018 10:43 am, Richmond
So, I imported an SVG from Inkscape into an SVG widget . . .
Then I tried to rotate the thing;
it kept "swelling and shrinking" because its bounding box was square.
This is not cutting the mustard.
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