Startkit limitations for stacks already containing long scripts
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Wed Oct 16 14:20:01 CDT 2002
on 16-10-02 15:49, Bill Vlahos at bvlahos at mac.com wrote:
> Correction. I just checked the Rev site and K-12 student pricing can be
> even cheaper than what I said below. It is $25 for 10 licenses and even
> cheaper for more.
Thanks Bill! My apologies to the list and the folks at Rev!! I should have
checked that first. That's not too much for us to find in research monies.
I look forward to some good years ahead!! (Just so excited about my
discovery, I guess, to take the time to check that one out!!)
> I'm not sure what you want the Rev folks to do beyond those prices.
> In the US, people get tax reductions for donating to schools. Is that
> true in Norway?
No way, Bill. This is a socialist country!! They've just introduced the
possibility in this year's budget (not law yet) to upgrade volontary
donations from kr.900 per year to 6000 - we're progressing (though we do
have many other fantastic advantages: have you seen our scenery!!)
on 16-10-02 13:35, Kevin Miller at kevin at runrev.com wrote:
> There are no legal restrictions on doing this, if the end user is editing
> scripts up to 10 lines that is fine.
This is good news too, of course!
on 16-10-02 18:17, Ken Norris (dialup) at pixelbird at interisland.net wrote:
> I'm not giving away any secrets here. Two possible solutions:
> 1. (etc, etc, etc. see Ken's posting)
Thanks Ken for these helpful hints. I'm not an expert programmer by any
means, but yes, I get the picture. It's just a little more complex than we
were used with HyperCard. But that said, we're getting a lot more than HC
here!! (cross platform, and much more control over what we CAN do, I think)
Many thanks to all who responded so promptly. This is a great list, and
though I usually just READ, it's good to know the community of enthusiasts
is out there.
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