Visible and extra monitors.
Kay C Lan
lan.kc.macmail at gmail.com
Thu Oct 9 21:47:34 CDT 2008
On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 5:01 AM, Richmond Mathewson <geradamas at yahoo.com>wrote:
> This one has probably come up before . . .
> Possibly, an itemised table showing what commands are available in each
> version of Runtime Revolution should be drawn up to spare people with early
> versions a lot of time, and make them stump up the money for newer versions.
Yes, about as many times as the answer ;-)
Open the Rev Dictionary, cntrl+click (right click or whatever on a Win) on
either of the column headings and you'll be given a pop-up list of the
available columns. Tick 'Version'. Now, like with most tables, you can click
on the column heading and have the table sorted by that column. Click again,
and go from ascending to descending (or visa versa).
So, not only can you simply look up a keyword,function,message,property in
the dictionary and immediately have the version number available, but you
can sort them all and see which have been introduced at each release.
Unfortunately, as tables aren't exactly Rev's strong point, there are
problems with sorting in earlier versions of the Dictionary. If memory
serves me correctly, this applied to the Platform column, this use to be
Icons rather than Text, so it wouldn't sort correctly. I've not noticed any
sorting problems with the latest 3.0 Dictionary - but I haven't tested every
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