I agree "mind-bogglingly nonsensical"
Something is very odd. If I open the stack with fresh start of the IDE I
start getting results closer to what I would expect. The by ref is about 5
to 10% faster. NOW Every so often when I open the message box things
start getting weird and I get those
There are a series of lessons on tsNet on the LiveCode website:
If you are looking for an example of how to download something direct to a
file, the lesson called “How to asynchronously download via SFTP directly a
file” should help.
Thanks for this!
> On Jul 1, 2018, at 4:43 AM, Todd Fabacher via use-livecode
> Hello Peter,
> Yes, Digital Pomegranate created an interfaced with WooCommerce several
> times via the WP RestAPI.
> Here is the documentation:
Does TSNet even work with local files? For local files use the read/write
commands or "get/put url".
With a commercial license you shouldn't need to deal with the lower level
functions for internet communication. The basic put, post, and get commands
should do it.
Jacqueline Landman Gay
I think the appearance of the insertion point is controlled by the OS. You
could submit a report to see if it is possible to change it. That may be
allowed on some platforms.
If you are talking about mobile devices, I've seen that LC fields sometimes
don't display an insertion point at all,
I really need to get my head around TSNet, so began experiments.
This is the documentation for tsNetGetFile
" local tHeaders, tResult
put tsNetGetFile("1", "/path/to/downloaded/file.dat", \
"ftp://user:p...@ftp.example.com/file.dat;, tHeaders, \
"transferComplete") into tResult
Yes, Digital Pomegranate created an interfaced with WooCommerce several
times via the WP RestAPI.
Here is the documentation:
You can get the LiveCode-WP RestAPI script here:
This is a stack for making cursor images:
You can set the color, size and transparency of the cursor image.
Don't forget to set the hotspot adjusted to the cursor's size.
Just copy your cursor image to your stack and set the cursor
Using different devices I have not found out how to make a well visible text
field entry pointing cursor. What is seen is typically a very faint vertical
line, which barely can be seen. I remember having seen a nice vertical tile,
blinking on the location you can do your entry. How owuld one be
> On 30 Jun 2018, at 1:26 am, hh via use-livecode
> A simple hexagonal grid creating stack:
> You choose the number of rows and columns and, for "scaling",
> the horizontal radius and vertical radius of
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