Those two docs have most of what you will need. If you have purchased
LiveCode Global 2018 then you can watch the talk I gave last month on
setting up your system to
Are there instructions available somewhere on how to set up the IDE in GitHub
so I can make changes and submit pull requests?
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> On 17 Apr 2018, at 3:27 am, Douglas Ruisaard via use-livecode
> Hmmm... I found an interesting and possibly an exploitable approach...
> possibly in combination with Monte's suggestion that "mergAccessory" may be a
> component. In the link:
> On 17 Apr 2018, at 12:13 am, Douglas Ruisaard via use-livecode
> It does somewhat bother me, though, that use of the USB to an iOS device *is*
> available "within" LC but not exposed as a function... I though the LC IDE
> was written in LC ...
You probably can just modify the analog clock project that was
produced/discussed on this list a while ago…
On 14 Apr 2018, at 4:37, Mark Rauterkus via use-livecode wrote:
A swim coach friend was talking about a stopwatch app. Anyone have one
LIVECODE already done?
same here its not an immediate need for me ...but i will be trying it out
in the coming months. thank you for giving us the tool.
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 1:47 PM, prothero--- via use-livecode <
> I really appreciate you sharing these tools. It’s a
I really appreciate you sharing these tools. It’s a real need. I will be
needing to distribute an app in the next month and will provide feedback.
> On Apr 16, 2018, at 9:49 AM, Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode
That is indeed strange. Did you use the Inno Setup Wizard to create your
installer? I could not see an option to include the whole Externals folder. I
suppose I missed it. Since then I have tried Matthias Rebbe’s InstaMaker, which
uses Inno Setup, and that does include the Externals folder with
Hmmm... I found an interesting and possibly an exploitable approach... possibly
in combination with Monte's suggestion that "mergAccessory" may be a component.
In the link:
... there is
did anyone on this list try or even is using one of my tools InstaMaker /
WinSignHelper? It would be very nice to get any feedback.
For me both tools are working w/o problems. But maybe someone else found
something that could be fixed, enhanced or added.
So please feel free to sent me
I see what you have done and when I create a new project with LC9 and create a
Data Grid I do not have any problems.
The issue I have is when I create a Data Grid within a project that has been
created with an earlier version of LC.
If this is relevant I do not know.
For the moment I have
Thanks for the reply, Monte. Well, that's disappointing but not surprising.
Kinda like "Dad" not letting you drive his car ... although I'm likely older
than "Dad" and willing to take the "responsibility". I guess it's on to XCode,
then. It's good to have a definitive answer to this
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Very interesting was your post. And to reciprocate, will I add a few ideas !
I don't sleep - I listen to "BBC World Service" during many long nights.
It covers a multitude of affairs (World-Wide). I listen to it on WiFi Channels.
A recent post led me to the following,
that's strange. I am using also InnoSetup and my standalone also uses tsnet.
But in my case the tsnet.dll is located in the Externals folder of the
standalone as all other dlls are and works fine. I have an Externals folder
with all dlls in the source dir for inno and inno keeps it
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