Re: Go in Window (not working) Go in A window "working"

2018-01-04 Thread Brian Milby via use-livecode
Just a wild guess, but did you attempt to reset the full screen mode in the
new stack? (Can’t tell from the above if you set it in each stack or just
the first)
On Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 8:39 PM Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode <
use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> FWIW:
>
> Seems my error was (not in dict) that I should have been doing
>
> put the ID of the topstack into tWindowID
> go to cardOrStackObject in window id tWindowID
>
>
> Well I've been tinkering testing this for two days… made the mistake of
> making too many changes, then threw out that branch… went back to a working
> branch and start just toggling between this
>
>--go  cardOrStackObject  # e.g   go "gems" (or this string)  go
> card 3 of "gems"
>--wait 100 milliseconds with messages
>--close stack oStackName
>--wait 100 milliseconds with messages
>
> versus this, where the top stack short name is already known by
> ourhandler. So we really only need this
>
> go to cardOrStackObject in window oStackName
>
> And this works on Mobile, in fact it seems a bit more responsive…
>
> BUT  there is a rendering failure on leaving any stack whose main control
> is the browser widget… we have "go back" icons that close the stack with
> the browser widget… and go back ot he stack that "launched'' the view web
> stack. and the whole bottom navigation group disappears.
>
> It seems like the fullScreenMode "showAll" is only registering the width
> of the stack but now the height of the stack is now too high… and (I am
> guessing) the bottom navigation group is below screen.  This "smells" like
> old issue with the browser rect on mobile…using showAll
>
> This does not happen if we just (using the above code that is commented
> out) open the "new" stack and wait 100 milliseconds and *then* close the
> "old" stack.  but, as already bug reported.. this is failing to render
> properly also on some Android devices.
>
> which leaves only option to beg/pray for resolution of this bug
>
> http://quality.livecode.com/show_bug.cgi?id=20810
>
>
> BR  wrote:
>
> "Something is wrong"
>
> This works on desktop,  but fails on iOS. Nothing happens at all. it
> stays on the same, open stack and does not navigate to/open the new stack
> declared in "go
>
>   put the windowID of stack oStackName into tWindowID  # current open
> stack
>   go to cardOrStackObject  in window tWindowID
>
> # where "cardOrStackObject" is a string in the form of .e.g
> # stack "gems  OR card 2 of stack "gems"  OR card "video" of stack
> surprise
>
>
>
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Re: Go in Window (not working) Go in A window "working"

2018-01-04 Thread Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode
FWIW:

Seems my error was (not in dict) that I should have been doing 

put the ID of the topstack into tWindowID
go to cardOrStackObject in window id tWindowID

   
Well I've been tinkering testing this for two days… made the mistake of making 
too many changes, then threw out that branch… went back to a working branch and 
start just toggling between this

   --go  cardOrStackObject  # e.g   go "gems" (or this string)  go card 3 
of "gems"   
   --wait 100 milliseconds with messages  
   --close stack oStackName   
   --wait 100 milliseconds with messages  

versus this, where the top stack short name is already known by  ourhandler. So 
we really only need this

go to cardOrStackObject in window oStackName

And this works on Mobile, in fact it seems a bit more responsive… 

BUT  there is a rendering failure on leaving any stack whose main control is 
the browser widget… we have "go back" icons that close the stack with the 
browser widget… and go back ot he stack that "launched'' the view web stack. 
and the whole bottom navigation group disappears.

It seems like the fullScreenMode "showAll" is only registering the width of the 
stack but now the height of the stack is now too high… and (I am guessing) the 
bottom navigation group is below screen.  This "smells" like old issue with the 
browser rect on mobile…using showAll 

This does not happen if we just (using the above code that is commented out) 
open the "new" stack and wait 100 milliseconds and *then* close the "old" 
stack.  but, as already bug reported.. this is failing to render properly also 
on some Android devices.

which leaves only option to beg/pray for resolution of this bug

http://quality.livecode.com/show_bug.cgi?id=20810


BR  wrote:

"Something is wrong"  

This works on desktop,  but fails on iOS. Nothing happens at all. it stays 
on the same, open stack and does not navigate to/open the new stack declared in 
"go

  put the windowID of stack oStackName into tWindowID  # current open stack 
  go to cardOrStackObject  in window tWindowID

# where "cardOrStackObject" is a string in the form of .e.g
# stack "gems  OR card 2 of stack "gems"  OR card "video" of stack surprise



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Re: Go in Window (not working) Go in A window "working"

2018-01-03 Thread Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode
"Something is wrong"  

This works on desktop,  but fails on iOS. Nothing happens at all. it stays on 
the same, open stack and does not navigate to/open the new stack declared in "go

  put the windowID of stack oStackName into tWindowID  # current open stack 
  go to cardOrStackObject  in window tWindowID

# where "cardOrStackObject" is a string in the form of .e.g
# stack "gems  OR card 2 of stack "gems"  OR card "video" of stack surprise

Since I had made other changes since my last commit… I did commented out my new 
lines and used the old method and ran the stand alone again and it works

  -- put the windowID of stack oStackName into tWindowID  # current open stack
   
go  cardOrStackObject  # e.g   go "gems" (or this string)  go card 3 of "gems"  
 
wait 100 milliseconds with messages  
close stack oStackName   
wait 100 milliseconds with messages  
   
  --go to cardOrStackObject  in window tWindowID

# where we open the other, new stack first and *then* close the old one.

On 1/2/18, 10:31 PM, "use-livecode on behalf of Mark Waddingham via 
use-livecode"  wrote:

On 2018-01-03 05:55, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode wrote:
>Hmmm
>how simple.
>go stack  in window tID
>needs to be added to the dictionary… as an example…
>I did read the entry text description of the Window param, but missed
>it, still..
>lets see if this helps on Android.

You don't need to indirect through the 'windowId'. You can do:

   go stack "NewStack" in window "OldStack"

i.e. 'window' can either be a stack name, or 'the windowId' of an 
existing stack.

Warmest Regards,

Mark.

P.S. If you could file a bug about the dictionary deficiency, that would 
be great!

-- 
Mark

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Re: Go in Window (not working) Go in A window "working"

2018-01-03 Thread Mark Waddingham via use-livecode

On 2018-01-03 05:55, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode wrote:

Hmmm

how simple.

   go stack  in window tID

needs to be added to the dictionary… as an example…

I did read the entry text description of the Window param, but missed
it, still..

lets see if this helps on Android.


You don't need to indirect through the 'windowId'. You can do:

  go stack "NewStack" in window "OldStack"

i.e. 'window' can either be a stack name, or 'the windowId' of an 
existing stack.


Warmest Regards,

Mark.

P.S. If you could file a bug about the dictionary deficiency, that would 
be great!


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LiveCode: Everyone can create apps

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Re: Go in Window (not working) Go in A window "working"

2018-01-02 Thread Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode
Hmmm 

how simple. 

   go stack  in window tID

needs to be added to the dictionary… as an example… 

I did read the entry text description of the Window param, but missed it, 
still..

lets see if this helps on Android.

BR

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Re: Go in Window (not working) Go in A window "working"

2018-01-02 Thread J. Landman Gay via use-livecode

On 1/1/18 9:48 PM, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode wrote:

but this fails in a backscript

put ("stack " & quote & gems & quote) into tDestination;
go to tDestination in window



It needs a specific reference, not just the word "window":

  put the windowID of this stack into tID
  go stack  in window tID

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Re: Go in Window (not working) Go in A window "working"

2018-01-01 Thread Mark Wieder via use-livecode

On 01/01/2018 07:48 PM, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode wrote:

Mark recommends using "go in window" on Mobile,
saying this closes stack A while going to open stack B

This works on desktop

put ("stack " & quote & gems & quote) into tDestination
go tDestination  # but stack A remains open.


but this fails in a backscript

put ("stack " & quote & gems & quote) into tDestination;
go to tDestination in window

Script error,  though the dictionary seems to indicate this is correct syntax.


Well, the dictionary leaves a bit to the imagination.
It also says

Name: window
Description:
The name or windowID property of any open stack. If a window is
specified, the stack opens in that window, replacing the stack that was
previously displayed in that window.

So I believe what you want (untested) is something more like
go to tDestination in 
or
go to tDestination in 

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