2.1.1 better and reliable ... but

Carsten Levin itrunrev at itinfo.dk
Sun Nov 9 03:40:50 CST 2003


I dont know whether you are Beating a dead horse.

But the directory bug is important if you are relying on it to give the 
correct answer.
The keyboard problem is relevant if you expect people to be able to 
find anything but a-z on a non US/UK keyboard.
It might be irrelevant for you. To us it it crucial.
And while the errors are impossible to work with for us, we cant use 
2.1.1 ... And although we do primarely work/develop on the Mac, our 
solutions wil primarely be used on Windows. Seen from our very specifc 
perspective it is therefore not a minor detail that "the directory 
etc." is not working on Windows.  And since our "users" should not use 
the Development envirionment, it is not very relevant that it works 
fine in dev-mode.

Best regards

Carsten




> From: Geoff Canyon <gcanyon at inspiredlogic.com>
> Date: 9. november 2003 8.08.37 MET
> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Subject: Re: 2.1.1 better and reliable ... but
> Reply-To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Beating a dead horse: what keyboard issue? I don't think that's been 
> mentioned in this conversation previously.  The directory issue as 
> described happens only on Windows and only when running a stack with 
> Revolution without the development environment. I run stacks in the 
> development environment, and I build standalones. Neither of those 
> situations are affected. You might operate differently, but even so 
> fixing the directory issue is just a few lines of transcript.
>
> So "being unable to use the correct keyboard" may be a large issue 
> (sounds like it) but I still don't see how the directory issue is a 
> dealbreaker, especially since 2.1 adds so many other features and 
> bugfixes.




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