convert from main stack to substack?
paul.springer at sensis.com
Mon Mar 29 10:51:58 CST 2004
Perfect. You just saved me a lot of time.
Once you helped me see that the mainstack is a property, I just changed it
with the inspector (since this was a one time operation). I guess I could
have used the message box and the command you wrote.
From: Klaus Major [mailto:klaus at major-k.de]
Sent: Monday, March 29, 2004 10:05 AM
To: How to use Revolution
Subject: Re: convert from main stack to substack?
> I have three applications that make up a demo (there are three because
> notionally run on different computers and communicate via sockets) and
> want to make a variation on this (so I can have a simple demo to take
> on the
> road which will run on one machine, not require any TCP/IP, launch
> with a
> single click, and generally be marketing-person friendly).
> My question is this - Is there a really simple way to "import" these
> stacks as substacks, or do I need to resort to the slightly less
> simple way
> of cutting and pasting objects and scripts into new substacks? I
> realize I
> will need to manually make the changes to eliminate the socket
> communication; I thought that there might be a way to avoid the
> cutting and
> pasting though.
simply 3 times:
set the mainstack of stack "old main stack name here" to "name of new
should do the job...
Hope that helps...
klaus at major-k.de
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