Finding Aqua & Windows interface buttons
davis.phil at comcast.net
Mon Jun 12 22:42:24 CDT 2006
Here's what I did so I could see all the images.
1) Make a new stack. Set the stack script to this:
set the rect of grp 1 to the rect of this cd
2) Add a button. Set its script to this (or some variation of it):
put empty into tObjectList
put the number of images of cd "Graphics" of stack "revDocs" into
repeat with myImgNr = 1 to myNrOfImgs
copy img myImgNr of cd "Graphics" of stack "revDocs" to this stack
put it && "and " after tObjectList
set the rect of img myImgNr of this cd to the rect of ¬
img myImgNr of cd "Graphics" of stack "revDocs"
delete last word of tObjectList
set the hScrollbar of the templateGroup to true
set the vScrollbar of the templateGroup to true
do "group" && tObjectList
3) Click the button!
This should put all images into a group that can scroll horizontally &
vertically, and the group will remain the same size as the stack when
you change the stack size. So you'll be able to scroll to any images
that are located beyond the edges of the stack window.
Jack Tsu wrote:
> I maximized the screen as much as I could, but I'm not sure if there's
> anything else out of reach. I was hoping for close, minimize, and
> maximize buttons, as well as the stop/refresh button from Safari.
> Didn't find those, but thanks anyway because it's definitely a good
> start. I may end up taking screenshots if I can't figure out any other
> way of getting them.
>> From: Mark Schonewille <m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com>
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>> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
>> Subject: Re: Finding Aqua & Windows interface buttons
>> Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 00:11:54 +0200
>> Hi Jack,
>> Of course you can reach those pictures. Choose the pointer tool,
>> double-click an object, set the lockloc of the object to false if
>> necessary and then move it out of the way. You can also make the
>> card larger to create more room for the objects. You could also
>> create a script to set the lockLoc to false:
>> repeat with x = 1 to number of images
>> set the lockLoc of image x to false
>> end repeat
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>> Op 12-jun-2006, om 23:49 heeft Jack Tsu het volgende geschreven:
>>> That worked, but is there a cleaner way to do it? Some of the icons
>>> in the window overflow offscreen and I can't reach them. I wish
>>> there was just a folder I could find that contained them all or
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