Reminder: objects cannot be copied when stack is password-protected!!! Even in a standalone. Grrrrrr....
josh at dvcreators.net
Wed Feb 27 18:20:37 EST 2008
Setting the passkey solved the problem. I used a literal.
It took me by surprise, because I did not expect password-protecting a
stack to change any functionality.
It seems counter-intuitive (though it is in the docs)
On Feb 27, 2008, at 2:47 AM, Dave wrote:
> I'm not sure I follow this, are you saying that you can't set the
> passkey from another stack and do your copy thing?
> I guess setting the passkey in the stack itself is ok if you can
> hard-wire your password/passkey, but what if you can't use a literal?
> All the Best
> On 26 Feb 2008, at 23:32, Josh Mellicker wrote:
>> Once upon a time, a programmer was working on a project, with many
>> handlers that copy objects, for example, copy groups into groups to
>> form scrolling groups, and everything was working great, and the
>> programmer was very happy, and then, as a last step, he password
>> protected the stack, then, the next day...
>> BLAMO!!!! Strange, bizarre things happened. Groups would not copy.
>> Death and destruction reigned. Monitors came crashing out windows.
>> Expletives burned the ears of innocent bystanders.
>> This programmer then leapt off a cliff, ending it all.
>> MORAL: If he had only put a single line of code:
>> set the passkey of this stack to "swordfish"
>> in the preOpenStack script, all would be fine.
>> Please, tell your kids about "passkey", don't let them suffer a
>> similar fate!
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