Save field text to file
adrian at clubtype.co.uk
Sun Dec 10 09:16:54 CST 2006
Thanks for that. Logical really. Just shows my newness to Rev!
Your suggestion about filetype saves the text out to a file,
but the file is Saved with the filename tFilePath. What's wrong
with my code that "Untitled.txt" is not used?
ask file empty with "Untitled.txt"
put URL tURLfile into URL ("file:" & tFilePath)
set the filetype to "ttxtTEXT"
put fld edtText into url ("file:" & tFilePath)
On 10 Dec 2006, at 13:41, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> Normally, when you build your standalone, you can turn on an option to
> have the standalone builder search for components that need to be
> included. It will include the internet library automatically.
> However, if you are using a password protected stack, you need to
> include the library yourself. On the General pane of the Standalone
> Application Settings, click on the radio button names Select
> inclusions for the standalone applications. Next, in the list of
> script libraries, make sure that Internet is hilighted. Now you can
> close the standalone builder and create your standalone. The internet
> library should now be included.
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> Op 10-dec-2006, om 14:08 heeft Adrian Williams het volgende geschreven:
>> On 9 Dec 2006, at 22:08, Mark Schonewille wrote:
>>> Hi Adrian,
>>> Klaus has given useful advice already, but I want to add the
>>> following. You might want to set the filetype before saving a text
>> Thanks - this did work!
>> So how do I know or how do I ensure the internet library will be
>> with my stack when made into an app. so I don't have to use the old
>> open file for write etc?
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