Revolution 3.0 > New script editor
andre at andregarzia.com
Thu Sep 4 15:44:24 CDT 2008
I second that GLX2 is addictive... the fact that you can click any function
or handler you defined anywhere and jump to the source code for the given
handler is a blessing for people that, like me, work with seven or more
libraries loaded at the same time, I never ever think like: "where did I put
that handler again???", I just click it's name anywhere I am using it and
*BOOM* there it is...
On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 5:55 AM, Sarah Reichelt <sarah.reichelt at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 6:50 PM, René Micout <rmicout at online.fr> wrote:
> > I need to have a code window (with the biggest height : the greatest
> > of lines) and a debbug window (with the biggest height : the greatest
> > of lines) at the same time and not one window after another...
> > I think each of us need this (?)
> > And the solution is two windows one beside the other and not one above
> > other.
> > In my applications (with Hypercard and now Revolution) I spend hours,
> > and sometimes weeks build more ergonomic screens possible (it is one of
> > reasons why I use a Macintosh since 1984).
> René, have you tried GLX2? This is an alternative script editor which
> I now use all the time. It has lots of great features which are very
> Check it out here <http://glx2help.ning.com/>
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