Hacking RR

MisterX b.xavier at internet.lu
Sat Nov 11 14:29:55 EST 2006


if you want a "home" stack script like lib, just create a stack, 
add your scripts into it's stack and put it into the backscript.

insert the script of stack homestack into back

Keep the frontscripts only for real need... 

note: you can't name a stack "home" I think...


> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Mikey
> Sent: Saturday, 11 November, 2006 19:59
> To: How to use Revolution
> Subject: Re: Hacking RR
> Xavier,
> The question is - how many different stacks are there that make up RR?
>  I've been playing with the Properties stack over the last 
> few days, but I'm having some difficulty with it right now.  
> It seems to be relatively touchy, and I'm trying to NOT have 
> to learn some of the undocumented things.
> For example:  I was working on a handler to intercept "c" and "s"
> similar to what HC diid.  However, there doesn't seem to be a 
> way to deterministically figure out which card in the 
> Properties stack will correspond to the current 
> card/stack/etc.  Currently the Properties stack contains 69 
> cards, but writing a generic handler requires that I 
> understand how it works, which I have not been able to do yet.
> The fact that RR is hackable is encouraging, but I'm trying 
> to shortcut the learning of some of this, so I don't have to 
> spend weeks trying to read through scripts if possible.
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