Notification of internet use in Rev standalone
harrison at all-auctions.com
Sat Oct 4 19:57:05 CDT 2008
Isn't this like spyware?
I'm sure there is probably a way to do it, but why do you want to do it?
If you are looking for ways to protect your software there are a few
methods you can use that don't involve creating spyware.
Let me know!
On Oct 4, 2008, at 4:48 PM, Paul Gabel wrote:
> Hi everybody:
> My stack structure is a mainstack splash screen and three substacks.
> Within a Rev standalone, is there any way to be notified if the user
> opens a web browser or attempts to write an email with a non-Rev
> application? Is there any way to prevent it?
> "on resumeStack" is not helpful in my case, as, if placed in the
> mainstack (which is hidden by now), it is not triggered when I come
> back from a web browser. I can't place "on resumeStack" in a
> substack, because I am constantly going back and forth between them,
> and, even in a standalone, it is triggered.
> I would greatly appreciate any suggestions (or even being told to
> forget the whole idea).
> Paul Gabel
> Mac OS X 10.5.5
> Rev 3.0
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