Still more weirdness: I removed the old sub-stack from my main stack, renamed it, saved it, quit LC and now it works fine. Still, in the meantime, I’m rebuilding it from scratch and leaving outside the main stack, loading it as needed. If that goes well, I’ll do that for all my library
If you think the stack is corrupted, you might send it to supp...@livecode.com so they can look at it, and/or post a bug report and include the stack there so that it can be looked at. (assuming there is nothing sensitive in the stack) On Sun, Jul 29, 2018 at 11:24 AM Stephen MacLean via
Some other weirdness i’m noticing… When I copied a new image to that card, it gave it a very high numbered ID that corresponded with one of the icons in the image library. I think I’m dealing with some kind of corruption here. I’m going to rebuild this and give that a try. Thankfully it’s
Ok, very strange… I created a test project to run in both 9.0.1 RC1 and 9.0.0… and it works fine, yet doesn’t work in the image that I have in my engine stack in either version. Even renaming the old one and dragging a new image out and trying that doesn’t work. Ugh! I’m at a loss. I’m
If it works for Klaus, and fails for you, it makes me wonder if something has gotten munged in the imgUrl variable. You might try putting an "answer imgUrl" (or use the variable inspector) to confirm that everything looks right. (worked fine for me too) On Sun, Jul 29, 2018 at 10:39 AM Stephen
HI Klaus, Wow, ok… I will have to check 9.0.0. Currently using 9.0.1 RC1 on 10.12.6. It fails for me in both script and the inspector. Thanks for testing! Best, Steve > On Jul 29, 2018, at 12:34 PM, Klaus major-k via use-livecode > wrote: > > Hi Steve, > >> Am 29.07.2018 um 18:28 schrieb
Hi Steve, > Am 29.07.2018 um 18:28 schrieb Stephen MacLean via use-livecode > : > > Hi All, > > I’m having an issue with the “set the filename of img”. > This line: set the filename of img "checkImg" of cd "cropImg" stack > "imgEngine" to imgURL > Works as expected when using “http”. When
Hi All, I’m having an issue with the “set the filename of img”. This line: set the filename of img "checkImg" of cd "cropImg" stack "imgEngine" to imgURL Works as expected when using “http”. When using “https”, it fails to get the image. No error is returned, but the image is blank.