Grab command

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Oct 25 15:55:46 EDT 2006


Hi Jacque,

This sounds like a typical memory shortage problem. I'd ask the user  
about memory, free disk space, and the amount of icons in the lower  
right corner, if this is on a PC.

Additionally, the screen may stop being redrawn if there is a repeat  
loop running with messages or if a wait command has been issued with  
messages.

You can probably easily work around the problem by using a repeat  
loop and setting the loc of the object to the mouseloc. This way, the  
two problems mentioned above will not occur.

Best,

Mark

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Op 25-okt-2006, om 21:29 heeft J. Landman Gay het volgende geschreven:

> I have a card with some buttons the user can drag around. Each  
> button has this script:
>
> on mousedown
>   grab me
> end mousedown
>
> That's the whole script, there's nothing else. It works fine for  
> me. A tester reports that it worked for him for a while, and then  
> suddenly stopped working. The button disappears during the drag. If  
> he leaves the card and comes back, the buttons are in their new  
> positions, so they are being moved, but the screen is apparently  
> not redrawing.
>
> Has anyone seen this? Does anyone know why it would happen? He quit  
> Rev and restarted, but the behavior persists and he can't get the  
> original behavior back now.





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