Right, for Chromebooks you'd develop an Android app. I've been testing two different client projects on Chromebooks. For the most part they run okay, depending on the hardware. One of my apps in particular runs beautifully in tablet mode, but if you rotate the screen to desktop mode it loses
Folks: My son is a 5’th grade teacher. He tells me that apps for elementary school learning must run on ChromeBooks to be used in elementary school. I just want to verify that this means I would be developing an Android app for a Chromebook. I also wonder if there are minimal requirements for a
I figured out the problem. Even though I set the backgroundColor of the stack to empty, I also needed to set the backgroundColor of my stub application to empty too. Regards, Bill > On Nov 25, 2020, at 2:28 PM, Bill Vlahos via use-livecode > wrote: > > My application is a standalone stub
Precisely why I created my tab group object. Bob S On Nov 25, 2020, at 2:28 PM, Bill Vlahos via use-livecode mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: My application is a standalone stub that opens a stack. If I open the stack in the IDE, the tabs look correct. If my application opens
My application is a standalone stub that opens a stack. If I open the stack in the IDE, the tabs look correct. If my application opens the stack, the tabs have the artifact that the selected tab is white text on a white background. Strange. If I create a standalone with tabs they look correct
I put together a library stack that removes emojis from a field and replaces them with an imageSource so that the field can print to pdf on mobile. I wasn’t sure how to build a generalized solution that looked for emojis inside a range of codepoints so I settled for a brute-force solution.