Looks like a bug to me. So I’d say yes?
I’m pretty puzzled why convert does not work with internet date. It seems a bit
of a waste to make the internet date a format that you can only display and not
manipulate? Tests here indicate that converting an internet date to seconds
Thanks Matthias - very helpful. Looks like there is no dictionary entry for
On 6 Nov 2020, 23:11 +, matthias rebbe via use-livecode
> i am not sure if this is still the way how to do it with newer LC Server
> versions, but at least it still works with
I was told today that the App is unusable on smaller iphones on which it
was originally designed - ny smaller I mean 6 and 7
It is usable on the bigger screens (albeit it looks "wrong") but a lot of
people still stick with smaller screens.
On Sat, 7 Nov 2020 at 14:18, Andrew at
Thank you Matthias. Those detailed instructions will come in handy for
me - when/if I get that far.
The problem I mentioned a couple of emails ago in this thread was in the
IDE - haven\t yet got as far as doing it on the server.
I tested out the TimeZone library with a couple of randomly
i've posted already some info about how to use the time zone library in
Livecode server in my comment to David's post "Aw: Basic question: Time Zone
Here it is again and a little bit more detailed.
1. copy the folder com.livecode.library.timezone from the LC extensions folder
I’m having a similar issue with “letterbox” on an a project. It has fit fine
for years: exact fit on older devices with black bars on top/bottom of newer
devices. But when I rebuild now, it shows black bars on all 4 sides of an
iPhone 11. (old build currently on AppStore renders just on
Thanks Graham. That does indeed work - on your local system.
The issue I am trying to deal with (and maybe it's related to what David
is doing) is dealing with time zone issues on a LC web server. If you
want to timestamp when some event happens, you can do that as a UTC
timestamp using a
I am as confused as anyone else as to what you are trying to do, but just in
case, this little function seems to work for me to get the ’standard’ UTC date
format which I have to use in my app to put time stamps into GPX files. It
apparently produces the correct time zone. Doubtless it could be
In my iOS app, I create a special beep sound, as explained in the LC Dictionary
entry for ‘beep’. It works fine on the Simulator, but on a real phone, there’s
no sound. Vibration works OK. I have not turned off sound on the phone, and I
have checked to see if any other controls on the phone
> On 5 Nov 2020, at 20:10, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode
> I've done this with a custom control group, it should work with a widget too.
> Calculate the rectangles (or at least the left and right edges) of each
> segment and in a mouseEnter handler compare the mouseLoc to the
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