openCard message not received
lestond at lpsoftware.com
Fri Oct 1 10:58:18 CDT 2004
This is on Windows XP. I also created a stack "from scratch" and did the
same, and the message was received. So it must have something to do with
the stack I've got (I'm thinking). If somebody else wants to take a look at
it, I can email it (its pretty small, nothing to it).
I did create a standalone and the message worked there...That's good, but
I'm still puzzled.
This is not the first time I have noticed this. In fact, in another program
I used a mouseEnter handler on the page because the openCard message never
At 09:08 AM 10/1/2004, you wrote:
>I'm running 2.2.1 on OS X. I created a new stack, pasted your code into
>the card script, saved, then closed and reopened the stack; no other
>changes (not even the stack name). The message box showed up as it should.
>I then proceeded to open the stack in Dreamcard Player (2.5, OS X), which
>also worked fine. What platform are you using, just in case it is
>platform-specific? Have you tried building a standalone to see if that
>receives the message?
>On Oct 1, 2004, at 9:43 AM, Leston Drake wrote:
>>(Rev 2.2.1). I have a stack with 1 card. No stack script.
>>The script of card 1 is
>> answer "in openCard"
>>When I open the stack, nothing happens. If I call "openCard" from the
>>Message Box, then I get the answer dialog.
>>The card is not getting the openCard message.
>>What's going on? Anybody else seen this?
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