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No suggestions but if somebody is going to develop this, please add in support
for Windows. This would be a great addition!
> On Feb 20, 2017, at 2:27 AM, Todd Fabacher via use-livecode
> Hello All,
> We need to interface between LiveCode
I try to update an app to use the new browser widget in replacement of the
The user can move a marker on a map and i get the coordinate of this marker
with the « do in widget » function.
it’s work fine in development mode but in iOS simulator or on the device, the «
Check you Dock preferences.
When Sierra came out I too was looking forward to this feature having gotten
use to tabs in other apps.
One app I use quite a lot is Nisus and having tabbed windows rather than
multiple windows was going to be a real plus, or so i thought.
Sadly tabbed windows was
I’ve been messing with using a variety of fonts in buttons coupled with a round
It’s handy to set the iconGravity of the button to “center” and have the text
of the button line up nicely with the icon. However, I’ve noticed that some
fonts don’t line up in the center of the
Thank you James, I would never have thought Window Tab Prefs would be in Dock
I’ll give it a try.
Mac OS Sierra 10.12.1
> On Feb 20, 2017, at 4:46 AM, James Hale via use-livecode
> So perhaps your Dock
We found found this:
The area with the most work in LC is authorization. I don't see this as a
ton of work to wrap this in LC9. It would be a great community project
This way it will work on ALL current LC supported platforms Windows
Being a lazy sort, until now on mobile apps (which are all for internal use,
not publication) I've just used the standard controls, and at most tracked
mousedown/mouseup (for convenience of desktop development) to drag something.
However now I'm trying to make a rather more native-like app,
I added a screencast showing how to configure a Sublime Text project to a
notify a Levure application running in the IDE about updates to script only
stacks. This allows you to edit script only stacks in Sublime Text and have
the stack script updated in the IDE.
On 2/20/17 1:00 PM, Ben Rubinstein via use-livecode wrote:
So I've started coding simple heuristics for when a touch sequence is a
tap, a swipe, or a drag; and the next step is to consider when it is
actually a two-finger gesture.
But obviously the community has been there way before me. Are
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