This alarms me.
In my app, I write a file to specialFolderpath(“desktop”).
What are the conditions to make this work on Apple or Windows standalones?
> On Mar 28, 2021, at 10:22 AM, Klaus major-k via use-livecode
I thought that if you set up beta testers, with the id of the device an app
would be run on, others could run your app as a beta tester. But, perhaps,you
need an apple license to do even that?
> On Mar 26, 2021, at 10:10 PM, David
That sounds pretty interesting.
Wouldn’t that be doable by creating a splash stack the looked for a stack to
launch in its folder. That stack would be the app. But I don’t know if a
stand-alone compiled splash stack could call and run a raw xxx.livecode stack.
>>> closestack messages during standalone build, now with the fixed standalone
>>> builder they do.
>>> Therefore some lines of code need to be added to avoid this.
>>> See here on page 2 for an explanation what you have to add to your
> Matthias Rebbe
> Life Is Too Short For Boring Code
>> Am 20.03.2021 um 01:31 schrieb ELS Prothero via use-livecode
>> It’s mystifying that all mess
I know, I don’t think I’m using the remote debugger. I’m building a standalone
app for the computer I’m developing on, so I wouldn’t need the remote debugger.
I have some code that is never called...I wonder if that could cause problems.
Of course, that is the situation for libs, so I
I tried it and got the same error message.
> On Mar 19, 2021, at 4:10 PM, Bob Sneidar via use-livecode
> Do you have a copy of 9.6.0? Try compiling with that.
> Bob S
>> On Mar 19, 2021, at 4:03
Great to hear Andre’s input!
One point I hoped to make is that there is also a possibility of monetizing a
help site that is created outside the mothership but coordinates and supports
it. I think this kind of resource would be a significant investment and it is
unrealistic to expect that the
Your comments echo some of my experiences with Livecode. In olden times, when I
realized that I could significantly improve my students’ learning by enlisting
computers, I began with HyperCard, went to Supercard, and when it failed at
cross platform, I went to Macromedia Director. I’ve
I get effects in Apple’s Big Sur when I use v9.6.1 in Livecode. But 9.6.2(rc2)
fails. It’s not the Mac OS. Something happened in 9.6.2. I haven’t tried it in
> On Feb 8, 2021, at 2:29 AM, Richmond via use-livecode
I regularly get emails that threaten to do financial harm if I don’t do some
kind of payment to them. If it’s a scam, the return email may be spoofed also.
Once I got an email from a known friend requesting assistance during a travel
problem, but the email had been hijacked. From that
You are probably correct.
Thanks to all of you who have responded to my question about deployment on the
> On Jan 20, 2021, at 8:22 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:
> :-) that topic is too large for a book to be
Thank you, Andre, for you wisdom. What I take from your comments is if I want
to develop dynamic interactive web based apps with Livecode, I should get up to
compiled with webAssembly, or find another platform to
Brian and Ralph,
Thanks. I gave up because there are easier, more obvious ways to do what I
want. Several posts have mentioned shortcomings in the segmented control widget
and I think if it would respond to mousedown and mouseup messages, it would be
easier to use in more situations, as well.
Thanks for your perspective. Frankly, I don’t think it will be particularly
easy to make it an app either. I need to do a fair bit of code optimization and
on the map, there will have to be a small magnifier that moves with the finger.
In the meantime, the desktop version is coming
Thanks for the perspective, Jacque,
Hmm, it could be venturing into a swamp for me, tho. Given the popularity of
Chromebooks, it would be great if Livecode could be invested in support for
them. In my own case, I need to be cautious about where I spend my effort. I’m
a happily retired
I’m re-sending this because I used the wrong email server.
> On Nov 17, 2020, at 8:46 AM, William Prothero wrote:
> David and Graham,
> One approach that occurred to me is this.
> There are 2 components to the work that students would “hand in”
I wonder if you used http without ssl, but did 256 bit encryption and
decryption at source and in the php connecting to mysql. I posted a link to a
sample stack using this method awhile back. It’s pretty simple. I am traveling
and not at my computer, but if you searched the emails for the
Amen on making the guide searchable. I find it useless. A challenge for me is
solving problems that are beyond the basic level covered in the dictionary.
Usually I can find help using google searching, though.
Keeping all the help docs up to date is a big task, but vital for growing the
RevIgniter also looks like something I should explore.
Would a program that needs to produce graphs be practical? My current work
requires various plots of earth data. Just wondering if I could think about
getting it on a web server.
t;> On Mon, 19 Oct 2020 at 17:30, ELS Prothero via use-livecode <
>> email@example.com> wrote:
>> I’ve been thinking about experimenting with Livecode server. I have a vps
>> and root access, but I’m wondering what are the spee
I’ve been thinking about experimenting with Livecode server. I have a vps and
root access, but I’m wondering what are the speed and user consequences of
installing it at root level, or as a cgi. The cgi is fairly large and I’m
concerned about both speed and memory issues when multiple
Yes, if my memory doesn’t fail me, it was in italic. Hmmm, I guess I was
supposed to know that meant it wasn’t set and the value shown was a default?
> On Oct 18, 2020, at 11:38 PM, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode
Yes, I realize that. However, when I first created the button, on the source
card, I expected that the text size and font would be what was displayed in the
ide. However, none were actually set. Confusing for one who trusts that the ide
displays the actual properties of the object.
Since I upgraded to the latest Mac OS on my MacBook Pro, I have been getting
delays using various apps, like Safari. I use a mouse and keyboard connected
through a USB port. Sometimes when I get this delay, I quickly move to the
laptop’s trackpad and there seems to be no delay. I suspect
Ok, I’ve answered some of my own problems. Panos’ suggestion to make sure “Beta
Version” was not checked in the iOS preferences, worked.
So, until the next time when I lose a bit more hair, my app is loading and I
can test it.
Thanks, Colin and Panos, for the few words of wisdom that it took
William Prothero, PhD
University of California, Santa Barbara
> On May 9, 2018, at 8:32 AM, Mike Kerner via use-livecode
> Thank you...
> On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 11:29 AM Brian
I’m setting up my app, which involves moving from a splash stack to a setup
stack, then to one I”m using for an index to the application. The first stack
opens fine and there is a single title bar, but when that setup stack opens a
third stack, it has two title bars. Each time I open a
With all of the new versions and capabilities being added to livecode, I have
found need to copy parts of one stack which is older, to a new stack, which is
new and better. I have found it difficult to use cut and paste to copy groups
or other elements from one stack to another using the
I’m curious. Has anybody done much with push notifications on mobile? There is
a lesson on the livecode web site which is quite detailed, but leaves out the
server side of the equation. I have been thinking about an emergency alert app
and am exploring how difficult it would be to implement
Has anybody done sms and voice messaging in livecode apps? I’m looking into
whether it would be feasible to create an app for emergency alerts. I am in a
neighborhood where there is a high wildfire danger and various existing
emergency alert systems are either very expensive or more
What about Mike Doub’s MasterLibrary?
I just tried it in latest LC, and it fails because there is a function named a
reserved word. But, it seems like a valuable resource that might be used as a
William Prothero, PhD
University of California, Santa
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