Fantastic work. Thanks H
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I added two demos to my HTML5 standalone samples
1 • Multi Focus-Move-Resize
shows how to move and resize multiple windows (substacks) incl.
the main window.
Moreover the stack windows
I do the same thing. There is no downside to using substacks or other stacks,
but you can open a stack in a current window.
> On Mar 31, 2018, at 08:25 , dunbarx via use-livecode
> Anyway, I have never needed such a feature, but certainly see
Richmond Mathewson wrote:
> I know the idea of being able to display different cards from one
> stack in different windows is something that has exercised many
> people for a long time.
> I had a fantasy that ran like this:
> show card 6 of stack "Stack1" in stack
I saw your construction of two stacks displayed in a "frame", so it appeared
that two cards were simultaneously present in a single "stack".
I see what you are after; the goal being be able to navigate in each card
Why only two?
Anyway, I have never needed such a feature,
I know the idea of being able to display different cards from one stack
in different windows is something
that has exercised many people for a long time.
I had a fantasy that ran like this:
show card 6 of stack "Stack1" in stack "subStack1"
How daft is that?
Jeff Reynolds wrote:
Any ideas on how to prevent the multiple copies of the app from getting fired
The relaunch message is sent Windows for this purpose.
Fourth World Systems
Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
Just had something odd happen on a win 7 machine where multiple copies of the
livecode app that runs on it (stripped machine that only runs this application
for a presentation system) some how got started up. I had bumped the app to
LC7.1 and over the last few months some random freezes were
Just a guess, but you might check the running processes after quitting.
It's possible that it's not actually quitting all processes and there's
something running behind the scenes. I had a similar problem with
earlier 7.x incarnations of the installer on linux and had to go in and
I'm working on a project that is an electronic music history textbook (Colin
would know whom I'm working with). It's initially for student laptops, but we
intend to create an iPad version later.
The main stack on the computer now is a 1024 x 728-pixel window with a number
I think that would be unexpected UI.
Take a look at the app iMapWeather, could your thing work in a similar way to
that? Here's the free version:
In that app there are a set of panels that you can scroll through, and you can
On 9/10/12 10:20 PM, Peter Bogdanoff wrote:
The main stack on the computer now is a 1024 x 728-pixel window with
a number of other smaller windows/stacks (a glossary, a music score,
etc.) that show as needed.
Having not done an iPad app and not really seeing much of this kind
of thing, is this
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