new to runtime question
grahama at siren.cc
Thu Jan 13 16:24:15 CST 2005
I tried the demo but it does not seem to be working ?
I am assuming you can reorder the text lines...
I am using the current version of Os X and just downloaded the runrev
On Jan 13, 2005, at 1:51 PM, Frank D. Engel, Jr. wrote:
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> A thread was running on this list about something quite similar
> recently; you might want to search the archives for it.
> The subject was: Get In Line - List Reordering Demo
> Also, be aware that an SQL database does *NOT* reorder its records.
> You will need to have a field in your database tables which stores an
> order number and maintain that yourself, or some such. (You can let
> the server reorder the records and return them in a "nice" order by
> sorting on that column with the ORDER BY portion of a SELECT
> On Jan 13, 2005, at 3:07 PM, Graham Anderson wrote:
>> I am looking for a Runtime Rev mysql editor that allows drag and drop
>> reordering of records...like ordering playlist items in ITunes or
>> WinAMP playlists....
>> are there any runtime rev projects/tutorials that allready do this?
>> Or, is are there 'starting-place' projects that point to a solution?
>> I am currently using a wired Quicktime/php/mysql solution but need a
>> bit more power :)
>> Doing 'Drag and Drop' in a browser seems to be a bit problematic ;)
>> many thanks
>> use-revolution mailing list
>> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
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