I get a “Can’t find handler (revCopyFolder)” error in LC Server from a script line revCopyFolder tTemplateDir,tDirPath The script works up to that line. Is there a problem with using revCopyFolder in LCServer? Neville ___ use-livecode mailing list
Neville, revCopyFolder is part of the revCommonLibary which is located in the folder Tools/Toolset/libraries within the LivecodeIDE app bundle (MacOS) or program folder (Windows). The file revCommonLibrary.livecodescript is not included in the LivecodeServer Installation files by default.
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Greetings! Is there a way to set the clipboardData a mobile device? (iOS and Android). Client want's a "copy" button so they can paste the text outside of the app (in Notes, or a external document). -Dan ___ use-livecode mailing list
Thanks Matthias. I would not have guessed that from the Documentation which simply says that revCopyHandler is available for “desktop,server”. I was thinking I would just use a one-line shell call to replace the handler … but I suppose I should install the whole shebang Neville
Hi Tom You shouldn't get any hopes up. I'd commented in the bug report in 2014 that this was something that we'd been told was coming back in the days of LC version 2. I think when a development environment has failed to deliver a feature from version 2 to version 10 that thing is never going
Thanks for confirming it Mark. I feel like a sucker. I started on this project a few months ago on the assumption that socket certificates now worked as they'd been included in the Dictionary for years. I was away from development for a few years and hadn't noticed the complaints that the