ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sun Jul 25 18:11:15 CDT 2004
Wilhelm Sanke wrote:
> On Sun, 25 Jul 2004 Revinfo1155 at aol.com wrote:
>> Did as you suggested and the player would not save the changes. How come?
> and Troy Rollins <troy at rpsystems.net> wrote:
>> It could be the player is configured for maximum security (whatever
>> that is called in Rev.) It is supposed to act something akin to the
>> shockwave player, which prevents "harmful" activities (saving files,
>> deleting files, etc.) on the end-user's computer.
> It is no big deal to produce your own player that saves modified stacks.
While that would be a necessity if indeed a RunRev-supplied player
didn't allow changes, it might be in everyone's best interest to see the
player made more useful by allowing saves.
If security is the concern it would not be difficult to have an opening
dialog that asks if the user wants to run with secureMode on or off
(with a more end-user-oriented description, of course).
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