syntax check

Hershel Fisch hershrev at realtorsgroup.us
Tue Nov 9 15:03:32 CST 2004


On Tuesday, November 9, 2004, at 03:29 PM, Frank Engel wrote:

> Three issues (at least):
>
> 1. You specify the name of the folder, not the desired name of the 
> stack file, when issuing the "save stack" command
Didn't get this one.
> 2. This will not work outside of the IDE (you cannot modify scripts in 
> standalones)
When saving a stack outside of a stand alone it should work
I tried by creating a new stack from the IDE naming it and then writing 
into the mb save  stack "ttt1" as "/Users/hershel/Desktop" and the 
error was "can't open stack file"
> 3. The "save stack" command should be moved to be after the set the 
> stackFileType and the set the script commands
>
> On Nov 9, 2004, at 15:15, Hershel Fisch wrote:
>
>> Hi all, what is wrong with this syntax ?
>> It doesn't save to the destination.
>>
>> on mouseUp
>>   create stack "t2"
>>   answer folder " "
>>   put it into tP
>>   save stack "t2" as tp
>>   set the stackFileType to "myapSTCK"
>>   set the script of stack "t2" to field "fi"
>> end mouseUp
>>
>> Thanks , Hershel
>>
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