FYI, Paul's final example, which is like an LC version of acrobat reader,
now has its own repo (https://github.com/macmikey/xpdf)
On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 10:58 AM Mike Kerner
> h, so far so good.
> It's really embarrassing that I didn't remember xpdf. At all. Especially
They ere really cheap for a reason. :-)
> On Sep 25, 2018, at 19:17 , Nicolas Cueto via use-livecode
> Fingers crossed for an update (and soon!) of Linux-on-Chrome, to verify
> whether or not LC can run on my newish-model-but-3.18-kernel-hamstrung
Or you could use the recent line intersect function recently posted by Richmond
on the top,left bottom,right and bottom,left and top,right of your chosen
monitor and round the results:
> On Sep 25, 2018, at 18:57 , Nicolas Cueto via
I should mention I am still using 9.0.1 RC1 because a hotfix for nesting
datagrid behaviors is in place and I need that. Not sure that fix is in place
for the gold repo.
> On Sep 26, 2018, at 09:49 , Bob Sneidar via use-livecode
> On the topic of the SE acting up, I seem
my guess it has to do with the "as you type" compiler. vague memory has to
do with it finding errors in the script, but not handling them gracefully.
On Wed, Sep 26, 2018 at 1:10 PM Ralph DiMola via use-livecode <
> I've seen this. I have no recipe yet. It
I've been working on the App Updater helper for Levure. The goal is to make
automatic updating of Levure applications really straightforward. The
helper leverages Sparkle on macOS and WinSparkle on Windows (the two
desktop platforms I develop for). I used the Foreign Function Interface
I´ve seen this line number weirdness, too, but not just with 9.0.1. I´ve seen
this in all LC 9 if i remember right. But now slowness.
Here it happens when debug mode is on and breakpoints are set or if the script
execution aborts due to an error, like Ralph wrote.
Closing and reopening the SE
On the topic of the SE acting up, I seem to have also produced the effect where
scrolling is not updating the line numbers properly. Anyone havin slow script
editor issues check to see that the line numbers are in sync. It may be
> On Sep 26, 2018, at 09:17 , Tom Glod via
I've seen this. I have no recipe yet. It seems to be related to either
breakpoints or a break cause by bad code(setting property for a non-existent
control for example).
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I've experienced this also a time or two since switching. I will join the
effort to try to nail down the conditions that make the slowdown occur.
On Wed, Sep 26, 2018 at 6:00 AM Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode <
> While i can confirm the slowness under
I meant, but no slowness.
> Am 26.09.2018 um 20:00 schrieb Matthias Rebbe via use-livecode
> I´ve seen this line number weirdness, too, but not just with 9.0.1. I´ve seen
> this in all LC 9 if i remember right. But now slowness.
> Here it happens when debug mode is on and breakpoints
Thanks everyone! With all this info and so many people affected, we
should have a recipe pinned down soon. :)
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As something to test. I've noticed that the script editor problems worsen
when either the project browser or message box have been opened, the longer
these are open the more the script editor ... in all of LC 9 series gets.
If I do not have the project browser open or use the message box then the
Following up - just wanted to mention that this is a bit more complex.
Yesterday I was going to submit a screenshot of my system specs (and I
did) but found that my current recipe, tested during a problematic LC
session the day before, was not at all sufficient to trigger the issue
Thank you for your efforts here, Curry! I’m trying to use LC 9 much more now
that 9.0.1 is out. I’m running into a script editor slow down on Mac (High
Sierra 10.13.6) fairly often. Keystrokes lagging far behind and copy - paste
keyboard shortcuts sporadically not working. Restarting the IDE
While i can confirm the slowness under Windows here, i cannot confirm this on
Mac OS X (currently 10.13.5).
I am working daily with Livecode and do not see any slowdowns when working on
> Am 26.09.2018 um 08:37 schrieb scott--- via use-livecode
> Thank you for your
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