Own fontsuite with standalone ?

Jerry Balzano gjbalzano at popmail.ucsd.edu
Tue Mar 29 17:04:41 EST 2005


No dice.  Tried both the handler and the function form inside a button 
script, same result.

	Jerry

On Mar 29, 2005, at 1:51 PM, Chris Sheffield wrote:

> Hmm.  Could it be that the message box is not recognizing the function?
> Have you tried adding it to the script of a button or something in your
> stack to see if it executes properly?
>
> Chris
>
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> Thanks for this idea, Chris.  I tried it, and got a new error -
>
> Message execution error:
> Error description: Function: error in function handler
>
> At first I thought this was (mildly) encouraging, because it didn't say
> "can't find function", like it said "can't find handler".  However, on
> further review, this appears to be merely a lack of parallelism in the
> error messages, since I typed
>
> 	get fotcheme()
>
> and received the same error message.
>
> 	- Jerry
>
> On Mar 29, 2005, at 1:29 PM, Chris Sheffield wrote:
>
>> Jerry,
>>
>> I believe ext_loadFont is a function and not a command, so you would
>> need to
>> do something like
>>
>> 	get ext_loadFont("/Users/jerry/Desktop/KillerStumps.ttf")
>>
>> I could be wrong though.  Just a thought.
>>
>> Chris Sheffield
>> Read Naturally
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