Re: Open a folder on the desktop from a LiveCode app

2021-06-23 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
I like to use the full path to the file and use the /SELECT switch.  This opens 
the folder AND selects the file.


on mouseUp

   set the hideConsoleWindows to true

   get shell("explorer.exe /SELECT," & quote & tPathToFile & quote)

end mouseUp

~Roger





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Hi Paul,

> Am 19.06.2021 um 20:48 schrieb Paul Dupuis via use-livecode 
> :
>
> What is the "best" way (or any way) to open a folder on the Windows desktop 
> from a Livecode script.
>
> For example:
>
> on openFolder pPath -- where pPath is the path and name to a document (file)
>   set itemDel to slash
>   delete last item of pPath -- leaves the the path to the folder containing 
> the document
>   -- now, how do I open this on the desktop (i.e in Explorer)?

launch document pPath
## :-)

> end openFolder

Best

Klaus

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Re: Displaying & caching PDF files

2020-02-05 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
Hey Ralph,

"The latest phones usually come with a built-in PDF reader."

Source:  How To Open PDF Files on Android in under 60 Seconds  
https://joyofandroid.com/open-pdf-android/

I am sure it's not the experience for everyone, but I very rarely view PDF 
files on my phone.  When I do, I use any PDF reader that I want.  Adobe Reader 
is free.  I know you said "natively", but like in some Linux camps, we don't 
always want everything ever made to be installed.  /jovial tone 


~Roger



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Then for Android the only option to display PDFs is pdfjs(Get on Git) in the 
browser.

 I still can't believe that Android can't natively display a 
PDF. This is not only for LC but for any PDF you browse to in Chrome. 


Ralph DiMola
IT Director
Evergreen Information Services
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Thanks for your answer.
I have just checked the doc, and unless I'm wrong, the PDF Widget is available 
with the business license only...

Le 2020-02-04 15:37, Ralph DiMola via use-livecode a écrit :
> Android will not natively display a pdf in the browser. The PDF Widget
> is supported on all platforms. You can watch for a pdf in the browser
> and download and cache it to the device then display it in the PDF
> Widget.
>

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Re: IP Camera Image in Browser Widget

2020-01-17 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
Hi Roger,

I don't have a suggestion.  Just wanted to say that I too would value such an 
option, especially in an Android app.  My use-case is to mount an IP camera on 
an RC Lawnmower, and using VR goggles, control it form a first-person 
point-of-view; Essentially, simulating a riding mower experience from inside 
the house where the air-conditioning is.  

That said, it may depend on the type of IP camera, and whether or not the 
vendor provides a web-view instead of their own proprietary software.


~Roger


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I would like to build an app that displays various IP cameras I have operating 
around my home, but having no success. I can get the IP addresses and ports for 
each camera but the browser shows nothing.

Mac Catalina and LC 9.5.1

Any hints/help greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Roger


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Re: Something wrong with LiveCode 9.5.1

2019-12-17 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
[10.14.5]  Mojave

LiveCodeIndy-9_5_1_Mac

The following disk images couldn't be opened.  Reason: image not recognized.




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Okay, I blame a LONG day and bad memory.

  I went and found our testing notes:

macOS namesigned notarized stapled
10.9  MavricksOK FAIL  FAIL
10.10 YosemiteOK FAIL  FAIL
10.11 El Capitan  OK FAIL  FAIL
10.12 Sierra  OK OKOK
10.13 High Sierra OK OKOK
10.14 Mojave  OK OKOK
10.15 Catalina*  OKOK


The divider is Sierra and above: Notarized DMGs are good. El Capatan and
below, Notarized DMGs are bad.

My bad memory. Sorry to cause unnecessary concern.


On 12/16/2019 4:29 PM, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode wrote:
> On 12/16/2019 3:58 PM, Jerry Jensen wrote:
>> This is the first time I have heard that anything notarized will not
>> open in Sierra. I have been watching the whole notarization topic,
>> but apparently not closely enough. Could you point me to some info
>> from Apple about what is -not- supported in Sierra?
>>
>> I support an entire flock of Sierra computers. We are preparing to
>> roll out Mojave soon. I guess that better be done ASAP.
>>
>
> I can't point you to any Apple materials as we discovered this once we
> notarized out DMG for Catalina and was performing final installation
> testing on Catalina and other versions of macOS
>
> You can download the macOS DMG for our app at
> https://nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.researchware.com%2Fdownloads.htmldata=02%7C01%7Croger.e.eller%40sealedair.com%7Cbce8e591fd9248f6873808d7827cb200%7C2691a2514c384643af0b0c0982f197bd%7C0%7C0%7C637121344396694305sdata=P88a7VbY1uRIMOH0P7ysIDbb5MWRIJxRAu3Sac%2FdDa0%3Dreserved=0
>
> Scroll down the page to the download links. You will see ONE DMG for
> Catalina and another DNG for other version of OSX. Download the
> Catalina DMG and you will find the notarized DMG opens on Catalina,
> Mojave, and High Sierra, but throws and error on Sierra and below.
>
> We choose to Notarize the DMG rather than the installer app. I realize
> while Apple allows this (currently) is is not what their documentation
> on Notarization speaks to which is Notarizing the APP and performing
> drag-installs from the DMG rather than using an Installer app.
>
> Our application HyperRESEARCH, our Installer are both code signed. The
> Catalina DMG is code signed, notarized, and stapled. The non-Catalina
> DMG is not code signed (and not notarized).
>
> We used this excellent guidance to figure out how to do notarization:
> https://nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Flessons.livecode.com%2Fm%2F4071%2Fl%2F1122100-codesigning-and-notarizing-your-lc-standalone-for-distribution-outside-the-mac-appstoredata=02%7C01%7Croger.e.eller%40sealedair.com%7Cbce8e591fd9248f6873808d7827cb200%7C2691a2514c384643af0b0c0982f197bd%7C0%7C0%7C637121344396694305sdata=bfx%2B7UZqlM%2Fw4Mt82EgaKy3HlxZjz5o5yT8Jf7EH0Kg%3Dreserved=0
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Re: Catalina and stuff other than 32bit

2019-10-16 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
Morganaut has the best tutorials out there for a modern MacOS build.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg5TS2EmMutPd7Y1zqfQ3iA


~Roger






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I need to look into this again. I made one Hackintosh with an eye to play video 
games but could never get the graphics card to work. That was a long time ago. 
If you have any links for making this happen I would be very interested. Thanks.

Bob S


> On Oct 14, 2019, at 13:10 , Erik Beugelaar via use-livecode 
>  wrote:
>
> That is why I rely for the last 10 years on myself built Hackintosh systems. 
> They run faster for less money and they are modular and easy to upgrade.
> With the introduction of Clover it has never been a problem to use hardware 
> components (especially graphic cards, wifi/bt cards, sound cards etc.) which 
> were not supported by Apple anymore.


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Re: Writing a Book on LiveCode need your help

2019-09-16 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
It would be very niche, but a book that details working with Raspberry Pi and 
robotics with LiveCode would be awesome.


~Roger



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Hi everyone,

Looking for suggestions for a new book. All of us have read or viewed
tutorials to help you learn LiveCode. I am looking for what you think was
missed or could be better for my book.

Thanks,

Patrick
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Re: The correct way to quit a Windows standalone

2019-05-23 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
I do this to cleanly exit my Windows standalone, which is a splashscreen stack.

Because I have used a couple of fonts that I keep with the standalone, I have 
to STOP USING them, else the process will still continue to run.

This handler is in my visible stack, not in the standalone splashscreen stack.


on closeStackRequest

   set the itemDel to "/"

   put item 1 to -2 of the effective filename of this stack & 
"/Resources/TrajanPro" into tPath

   put quote & tPath & "/TrajanPro-Regular.otf" & quote into tTrajanProRegular

   put quote & tPath & "/TrajanPro-Bold.otf" & quote into tTrajanProBold

   stop using font file tTrajanProRegular

   stop using font file tTrajanProBold

   close this stack

   quit

end closeStackRequest


~Roger

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Re: Saving a tab formatted field to a file and retaining its formatting

2019-04-11 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
Have you tried revPrintField? It's an oldie but goodie.



From: use-livecode  on behalf of Robert 
J. Earp via use-livecode 
Sent: Monday, April 8, 2019 12:24 PM
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Subject: Re: Saving a tab formatted field to a file and retaining its formatting

Thanks for the reply Paul.  Yes, tried that but there are problems.  It saves a 
.rtf file but when you open that in MSWord (OS X or Windows) the tabs are 
changed to underscores.  If you open the file in OS X TextEdit it does have 
tabs but the position/spacing is not retained.  I’ve created a sample/test 
stack if anybody wants to play ;-)

Our project is supposed to create a formatted file that external to the LC 
project, gets assembled with other documents/files to make a presentable 
report.  The other docs/files are .rtf (created in MSWord or Pages or TextEdit) 
and an .eps file.  The final report will be a .pdf and Acrobat is likely what 
will get used to manually assemble the final report.

To quote my valued colleague (RogerG) on this problem, and who has spent 
inordinate hours trying to find a solution, tabs have turned out to be tricky 
little devils in LC !!

best, Bob...

> From: Paul Dupuis mailto:p...@researchware.com>>
> To: use-livecode@lists.runrev.com 
> Subject: Re: Saving a tab formatted field to a file and retaining its
>   formatting
> Message-ID:  >
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8; format=flowed
>
> I take it your have tried:
>
> put the rtfText of field "X" into URL
> ("file:"("desktop")&"savedfield.rtf")
>
> And then reading it back to a new field with:
>
> set the rtfText of field "Y" to URL
> ("file:"("desktop")&"savedfield.rtf")
>
> and the tab spacing is not preserved?
>
>
>
> On 4/7/2019 7:57 PM, Robert J. Earp via use-livecode wrote:
>> Dear all, we have a field that is formatted nicely with tabs and want to 
>> save that as a file, retaining the tab formatting.  The saved file format 
>> ideally should be .rtf but we may be able to use other formats such as .pdf
>>
>> Anybody got any ideas how to do this ?
>>
>> Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
>>
>> best, Bob?
>>
>> Bob Earp - White Rock, BC, Canada

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Re: Widget TurnImage89_v135

2019-02-12 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
If the rotate speed also included "0", this could be used to display the same 
card, or the same video as SBS (side-by-side).  That would make it possible to 
create SBS apps for use on phones in a VR headset.


~Roger


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[OT] Funnay

2018-07-25 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
http://www.toodarkpark.org/computers/humor/shoot-self-in-foot.html

Shooting yourself in the foot in various programming 
languages
www.toodarkpark.org
370 JCL You send your foot down to MIS and include a 300-page document 
explaining exactly how you want it to be shot. Two years later, your foot comes 
back deep-fried.




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LCARS controls as LC widget - Is it possible?

2018-07-23 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode


http://lcarssdk.org

LCARS SDK
lcarssdk.org
LCARS SDK | A Functional Implementation of the LCARS Methodology.






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Re: Detailed File Information for One File

2018-04-27 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
If you have the path and filename, you could create a subfolder "temp" just for 
the purpose of reading the details of a single file.


## THIS IS NOT A SCRIPT -- LOL

move the file into "temp".

get the detailed fiiles.

move the file from "temp" back to where you got it from.


~Roger



From: use-livecode  on behalf of Richard 
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Sent: Thursday, April 26, 2018 7:25:50 PM
To: use-livecode@lists.runrev.com
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Subject: Re: Detailed File Information for One File

Bob Sneidar wrote:

 > I can't find anything on the forums, which is par for the course, evwn
 > though I know it's been discussed. Is there an LC way to get details
 > about a file without shelling out to do it? I need to get the last
 > modified date of a file so I can check to see if I need to update the
 > version in a database when importing it. I would very much NOT like
 > having to get the detailed files of a folder and filter for the file I
 > am looking for as I already have a path to the actual file, and a
 > folder may contain a lot of files.

I do not believe this has been implemented yet:
https://quality.livecode.com/show_bug.cgi?id=20384

That said, wasteful as "the detailed files" is it's probably more
efficient in most cases than the overhead of initing a shell session.
I've had good performance even in directories with tens of thousands of
files.

--
  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
  
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Re: LC on ChromeBooks

2018-04-06 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
I don't currently have a ChromeBook, but I would also like to know how 
compatible LC Android apps are, if at all.

~Roger



From: use-livecode  on behalf of J. 
Landman Gay via use-livecode 
Sent: Tuesday, April 3, 2018 12:01:37 PM
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Cc: J. Landman Gay
Subject: LC on ChromeBooks

Has anyone tried to run an LC app on a ChromeBook? Don't they run Android
apps now?

--
Jacqueline Landman Gay | jac...@hyperactivesw.com
HyperActive Software | http://www.hyperactivesw.com



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Re: [OT] Web based HyperCard

2018-03-28 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
Interesting.   In his FAQ, Scott mentions B4X tools as a superior alternative 
to LiveCode for mobile development. It does look really nice.

~Roger


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Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2018 12:57:33 PM
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Subject: Re: [OT] Web based HyperCard

Eller, Roger wrote:

 > That was a nice trip down memory lane.  However, I would rather have
 > a modern online script editor for LiveCode where you write a script
 > in one tab of Chrome/Safari/Firefox/Edge , and
 > execute/display it in another tab.  No installation of any IDE!

There was a discussion about that here recently:
http://lists.runrev.com/pipermail/use-livecode/2018-March/245987.html

Scott McDonald once had a site to do that:
http://thelivecodelab.com/thelab.html

If one really wanted that it wouldn't be too hard to build. Scott's
version was more complete, with multiple user accounts and other nice
touches. But the simpler version you described could be done in an
afternoon.

--
  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
  
  ambassa...@fourthworld.comhttp://www.FourthWorld.com

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Re: [OT] Web based HyperCard

2018-03-28 Thread Eller, Roger via use-livecode
That was a nice trip down memory lane.  However, I would rather have a modern 
online script editor for LiveCode where you write a script in one tab of 
Chrome/Safari/Firefox/Edge , and execute/display it in 
another tab.  No installation of any IDE!

~Roger


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scott--- via use-livecode 
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 1:36:53 AM
To: use-livecode@lists.runrev.com
Cc: sc...@elementarysoftware.com
Subject: [OT] Web based HyperCard

This may be of interest to some of you (old) HyperCard folks.

"ViperCard in an open source re-creation and re-imagination of 1987’s 
HyperCard.”  It runs in a web browser (not Safari, apparently but Firefox 
seemed to work well)

https://www.vipercard.net/

It is still version 0.2 but the paint tools, button, field and script window 
are working as you might expect. (Plus a lot of documentation!) I was amazed by 
what it could do and how closely it followed the old HyperCard look. ViperCard 
is the work of Ben Fisher, who I had the great pleasure of introducing to 
HyperCard back in the day… when he was 8 years old and a student in my third 
grade class.  Way cool!

Scott Morrow

Elementary Software
(Now with 20% less chalk dust!)
web   http://elementarysoftware.com/
email sc...@elementarysoftware.com
office 1-800-615-0867

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