I'm working on a session for next week's LCG. We are all working on
fun super-advanced pushing-the-envelope things in LC, but I wanted to do
something for the beginners who are watching LCG, and handling data seemed
like an obvious choice.
I have to admit, I haven't stored data in a stack in a
Window 10, LC 8.1.9, Trying to compile a standalone with more than just one
application file to the main file (mainfile = splash screen stack).
I have a problem and working on this for many hours now. I am using a
splash stack as the "main stack" for compilation and I am including the
Mike Kerner wrote:
> I have to admit, I haven't stored data in a stack in a long time,
> since the database options are so easy to use. If you're currently
> storing data in a stack, have you run into any issues on any platform
> with it, especially on mobile, for instance, where the rules can
Need a new card, and want it to be an exact copy (other than the card
title) of an existing card. How yo do this in LC?
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On March 8, 2018 12:24:58 AM Nicolas Cueto via use-livecode
?Need a new
Yes, it supports digest authentication. tsNet will automatically use the most
secure method the server supports unless you force it to use basic
> On 8 Mar 2018, at 1:11 am, Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode
Thanks for your help. Yes, I will contact on-rev support and I will
let you know how it goes.
On Tue, March 6, 2018 5:33 pm, Mike Bonner via use-livecode wrote:
> Well, it looks like fontconfig is installed in on-rev, but neither
> /home//.fonts or /home//.local/share/fonts are being
Just a quick update to let everyone know that I have uploaded a series of
lessons on tsNet to the LiveCode web site. You can view them at:
I am continuing to upload more lessons as I have time so please let me know if
there is any particular
Yes, that works - since the file is tiny, just trying to download it and seeing
what you get works too (not a good strategy in general, I agree). The problem
was the overwriting of the file - Richard G and other folks have pointed out
that it would be extremely dangerous in the whole
Thank you Charles - these look really useful, they'll help me use your
external better - smashing!
As soon I have spare brain cells I'll view them all...
"The first 90% of the task takes 90% of the time, and the last 10% takes the
other 90% of the time."
I am making a 9 piece slide puzzle.
How many pieces should be in the right place at start to solve the puzzle?
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thank you very much for that. That is really very useful.
Btw. does tsNet support Digest Access Authentication (DAA) (RFC 2617)?
> Am 07.03.2018 um 11:20 schrieb Charles Warwick via use-livecode
I don't know about the 9 puzzle but I suspect it's like the 15 puzzle. The
15 puzzle and Rubics Cube have parity. If the 15 is out of parity it can
never be solved. The same for Rubics Cube, if you say switch 2 edge pieces
or rotate 1 corner piece it's not solvable.
I'm not sure whether there is an answer in terms of pieces in place/out of
place. I know that there are (I think three) different "position-spaces" where
each space is unreachable from the others.
The easy solution is to this problem is to start with the puzzle solved and
I would love to give an out of parity Rubix Cube to one of those Rubix Cube
savants and see how long it taked to figure out they cannot solve it! ;-P
> On Mar 7, 2018, at 08:22 , Ralph DiMola via use-livecode
> I don't know about the 9 puzzle
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