This is completely awesome! Thank you Bernd.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 8:27 AM Niggemann, Bernd via use-livecode <
> While not exactly what David asked for but on the topic of animating
> multiple objects with acceptable speed:
Anyone having any trouble with this app? I downloaded it and signed in with my
Apple ID, but then it got stuck displaying “signing in” with a rotatiing
progress indicator. The ‘Force Quit’ system doesn’t report it as ’not
responding’, but it doesn’t seem to be responding to me!
I would use binfile to a variable, rather than a custom prop.
I've seen LC 9 fields become unusable after reaching a certain # of
chars. I would trust LC 9 fields with 8 million chars - maybe not 80.
If users have a need to see what's going on, intentionally show them
what they need to
Hmmm. Food for thought both!
Loading I just use
put URL ("file:" & theFilePath) into tdata
I have always assumed that reading as binary is only for data that isn’t text.
I’ll try that. If I want to display some or all of the file in a field, do I
need to process the data read as a
> Am 01.07.2020 um 18:10 schrieb Richard Gaskin via use-livecode
> David V Glasgow wrote:
> > Loading the plain text list of URLs from file is slowish, but more
> > importantly, for some time gives no indication that the file is
> > loading.
> Are you reading the file as
David V Glasgow wrote:
> Loading the plain text list of URLs from file is slowish, but more
> importantly, for some time gives no indication that the file is
Are you reading the file as text or binary?
I would imagine reading as binary would be more efficient since it's a
On Mac 10.13, LC 9.6
In my stack I have a field on one card consisting of imported text, which is
typically several thousand of internet searches/file names/URLs.
I search for a number of keywords, which are then aggregated, and by
navigating to another card, display summary
While not exactly what David asked for but on the topic of animating multiple
objects with acceptable speed:
The original poster asked for "sand" particles that should have some sort of
collision detection and should react to a
oh, wait, I thought you meant the return key, or in your photo, the "go",
nothing to see here, move along, move along.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2020 at 10:40 AM Mike Kerner
> use the on inputReturnKey event
> then mobileControlTarget() to get the current field
> You need to know what
use the on inputReturnKey event
then mobileControlTarget() to get the current field
You need to know what the next field is to get the focus, then you use
use mobileControlDo (next object),"focus"
I generally have a handler in the card to do this, and I also generally
have a list of the
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