Windows stand alone

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at
Fri Dec 23 09:46:23 EST 2005


What type of pictures did you use? How did you put them in the stack?  
Embedded or Linked?
The file path maybe wrong for the linked pictures if that is what you  
The file type maybe pict which Windows does not support. Try png , I  
think it is best for crossplatform work.

What font type did you use? Try Arial, I think it is pretty good for  
cross-platform work.

The actual fields should not be misaligned. Unless they are very  
tight with scroll bars.
The scroll bars are different on Mac and Windows.

Can you share any thing more about this project? Does it use  
substacks? Does it use a separate image folder? Does it need to ship  
on CD?


On Dec 23, 2005, at 3:39 AM, <ajyoung at>  
<ajyoung at> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm new to using Revolution. I created a pretty big program on a  
> mac and successfully saved it as a stand alone for a mac. I went  
> through the same procedure to save it as a stand alone for Windows.  
> It saved it, but when I transferred the file to a PC, it opend, but  
> the file doesn't include any of the graphics and the fonts are  
> smaller, with fields misaligned. In other words, it's a mess.
> Can anyone help me? I'm not a programmer but am committed to  
> delivering this product asap. It's been a real nightmare and  
> finally I have the mac version working. But the user needs the  
> windows version, too.
> Help!!
> Mandy
> Memphis, TN
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