Standalone Encrypt feature
gbojsza at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 18:36:10 CDT 2005
Thanks Sarah for the ideas.
The mainstack opens up a substack which the user selects certain
features, does the calculations and then places images in particular
places on the mainstack.
I tried building a standalone with all the substacks ecrypted and the
mainstack NOT encrypted. This standalone works fine.
I am not using any rev libraries nor do I seem to be missing anything.
The stack in the IDE works perfectly fine. I don't think you can turn
on error reporting in a standalone? Can you?
Finally, I am not certain what you mean when you refer to "turning off
search for inclusions"?
I'm happy that the substacks were encrypted but the mainstack should
also be encrypted IMHO.
On 8/10/05, Sarah Reichelt <sarahr at genesearch.com.au> wrote:
> > I have a stack that contains several other stacks.
> > In standalone properties I :
> > 1.Select the Encrypt feature.
> > 2. Save the stack.
> > 3. Build a standalone.
> > When I run my application my button's script don't work.
> > If I deselect the Encrypt feature and build a standalone then the
> > application runs like it should.
> What does the button do? Does it use any Rev libraries or dialogs
> that might be missing e.g. answer, speech or something similar? Do
> other scripts owrk or is it just that one? What do you see if you
> turn on error reporting?
> You may have to turn of "Search for inclusions" and specify them
> manually as the Standalone builder may not be able to search an
> encrypted stack.
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