Problems with Importing multiple images

xbury.cs at xbury.cs at
Thu May 12 04:28:55 EDT 2005

Two suggestions. I've had this problem since i started DeepCyberSpace and
XOS last year. I recorded a bugzilla and as usual, no one seemed to listen 
to the
real issue - stack IDs and image IDs not within the stackID context - it 
is global.

So my solution to this ordeal is a

On 12.05.2005 08:12:51 use-revolution-bounces wrote:
>Be careful with the import folder menu as well. I have had issues with
>it. Also, I just got bitten by the changing ID's issue. I cloned a card
>and then all of the images from the first card changed IDs. Use the
>file menu import image or import image as control and then immediately
>change IDs to play it safe.
>On May 11, 2005, at 8:44 PM, Kathy Jaqua wrote:
>> Hello to all out there in Computer Land,
>> This is one of the greatest discussion lists I have
>> ever had the privilege to witness. RunRev is an
>> exciting environment.:) Can hardly wait until
>> Monterey!
>> Is there a limit to the number of images one can
>> Import to a stack or cards in a stack?
>> The problems I am having are as follows:
>> I imported 25 images into a 2 card Stack.
>> Numbers 1 to 20 are correct. but 21(a small png image)
>> was replaced by the 210073 spinning arrow icon and
>> image 23 (a small gif image) was replaced by a Double
>> Arrowed Cursor id 202614.
>> When I switched between the 2 cards the position of
>> the imported images in the Image Library had changed.
>> After 25 Imported Images the Image Library corruption
>> (?) caused my RunRev palette to stop working.
>> Is there a difference in importing from the Image
>> Library as opposed to the File Menu?
>> Call me silly... but, does this mean I should only
>> have single card substacks with 20 images each? I can
>> do this but I am dealing with about 250 + Imported
>> Images to get different looks and animation effects.
>> (Of course I world like to have 500 Imported Images
>> but being an old softy I don't want to push my luck;)
>> I'm using 2.5.1 RunRev from a Mac OS X 10.3.9
>> Kathy Graves Jaqua
>> A Wildest Dream Software
>> kgjaqua1 at
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