Re: LC 9 Dictionary, Linux

2018-06-27 Thread panagiotis merakos via use-livecode
Hi Warren, If you quit LC, this setting is lost next time you open LC. You could probably tweak the script that checks the value of this setting. It should be in the script of stack revIdeLibrary, around line 4583: *function* revIDEBrowserWidgetUnavailable * return* (the platform is "Linux")

Re: LC 9 Dictionary, Linux

2018-06-27 Thread Warren Samples via use-livecode
On 06/27/2018 12:17 PM, Warren Samples via use-livecode wrote: On 06/27/2018 03:45 AM, panagiotis merakos wrote: > If your Linux machine is not affected by this issue, then you can do the following to open the Dictionary in a LC stack (as it used to be): > > 1. in the msg box type "put 1

Re: LC 9 Dictionary, Linux

2018-06-27 Thread Warren Samples via use-livecode
On 06/27/2018 03:45 AM, panagiotis merakos wrote: > If your Linux machine is not affected by this issue, then you can do the following to open the Dictionary in a LC stack (as it used to be): > > 1. in the msg box type "put 1 into $LIVECODE_USE_CEF" > 2. open the dictionary, it should now open

Re: LC 9 Dictionary, Linux

2018-06-27 Thread panagiotis merakos via use-livecode
Hi Warren, We made this "hack" to open the Dictionary in a browser as a workaround to the problem where some Linux distros could not display the browser widget. If your Linux machine is not affected by this issue, then you can do the following to open the Dictionary in a LC stack (as it used to

Re: LC 9 Dictionary, Linux

2018-06-27 Thread Warren Samples via use-livecode
On 06/23/2018 07:05 PM, Warren Samples via use-livecode wrote: Hello, I don't recall off the top of my head what the current remaining issue is with the dictionary under Linux. I know there have been a couple or three that have been reported by different people on different distros. The

LC 9 Dictionary, Linux

2018-06-23 Thread Warren Samples via use-livecode
Hello, I don't recall off the top of my head what the current remaining issue is with the dictionary under Linux. I know there have been a couple or three that have been reported by different people on different distros. The workaround to open the dictionary in a browser is working pretty