Can cards in a stack be of different sizes
alex at mindlube.com
Sun Nov 2 21:03:50 EST 2003
On Nov 2, 2003, at 6:26 PM, Kurt Kaufman wrote:
> "...What you show above is just 'change the size of the stack window
> as we go
> along'. So yes, you can fake it but the stack has to be resized by
> scripting, right?..."
> This brings up an interesting thought: To what extent are Rev's
> objects created, sized, etc. at runtime?
100% and that's the beauty of it. Transcript compiles on the fly. In
fact the Rev IDE is itself a bunch of Rev stacks. So you can
add/remove/change any object, all at runtime.
> For that matter, aren't they actually instructions handed off to the
> operating system, anyway (as opposed to, say, something like
> HyperCard's field scrollbars which I understand to have been
> "internal", i.e. not using the operating system's built-in resources).
Of all the Rev look and feels, only Mac OS Appearance Manager is
natively drawn by the OS. All others including Mac OS, Windows and Unix
are all "emulated". This means the OS just thinks that Revolution is
drawing an image- but it's actually a scene showing all of the controls
Alex Rice <alex at mindlube.com> | Mindlube Software |
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