including images from standard library...
viktoras at ekoinf.net
Wed Aug 15 03:34:11 EDT 2007
Thanks Sarah for the reply! Seems the only option is to copy images from
standard library to the actual stack before using them. Thanks again.
Sarah Reichelt wrote:
>> I use Revolution 2.6.1 to build executables (for Windows, MacOSX and
>> Linux) that use images from Revolution's own standard image library. In
>> a script images are referred to using their numeric id. Everything works
>> within the IDE, but these images do not appear in the compiled
>> application. How can I enforce the images from the standard library be
>> imported during compilation of a stack ? Or is manual placement of these
>> standard images on a stack the only way to do this?
> There used to be an option in the standalone builder to include these
> standard images, but that disappeared a while ago. It always seemed a
> bit extravagant to include every image when you on;y needed one or two
> anyway. My preference is to place the images in my stack, give them a
> high ID number so they cannot conflict with any standard icons, then
> hide them. After that your buttons can use them as icons whenever
> Some people like to make a 2 card stack with all the images on the 2nd
> card, or to make a sub-stack that contains all their images. If you do
> either of these, then you don't have to hide them. I guess it just
> depends how many images you need to deal with.
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