alw918 at earthlink.net
Thu Mar 4 13:46:11 CST 2004
Thanks for the advice, Sarah.
So, I've changed by "≥"(greater than or equals) signs to >=. is this
good enough for that picky Windows?
There is no problem with using "=" signs, is there?
I tried what you suggested, and made a standalone with just a button
leading to an "ask" box, and then it worked just fine on Windows. So,
it seems like my problem lies somewhere in my main handler which is
causing that handler not to run at all.
Any ideas? :)
On Wednesday, March 3, 2004, at 11:42 PM,
use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> In my experiences with creating Windows standalones having developed on
> a Mac, there is one common thing that keeps causing me problems, and
> that is using the not-equals, less-than-or-equal-to or
> greater-than-or-equal-to characters. On a Mac, these are single
> characters, but if you include one in a script running on Windows,
> nothing will happen! Check carefully for these in your script.
> Try adding a button to your standalone with a very simple ask dialog
> i.e. nothing else in the handler, just an ask. If that works, you know
> it isn't the ask dialog itself, but something in the script.
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