-= JB =-
sundown at pacifier.com
Fri Sep 5 11:06:10 CDT 2008
Maybe it worked and you didn't see it. Select the stack in your Rev
Online my space and
then click on the Go to button. If it worked the stack will open.
That means was properly
saved by Rev Online but you just can't find it. It will be saved in
the category you chose
for it but it could be anywhere in the list when you view the stacks
for that category. The
last time I put a stack on there it was saved near the bottom and
then when I deleted it
to upload the updated stack it was saved in the same place. Then
because I forgot to
save it the first time it was put on Rev Online and wanted to make a
minor change and
put it on Rev Online I had to delete it again. This time that stack
I shared online was put
near the middle of the category. So it could be anywhere in the
category you selected
when you shared it online.
On Sep 5, 2008, at 5:05 AM, Björnke von Gierke wrote:
> It should work that way, maybe you're not registered or something
> like that, i suggest writing an e-mail to Rev support.
> On 5 Sep 2008, at 03:07, Peter Brigham wrote:
>> Well, after all this time using Rev I'm finally trying to put some
>> of my stacks into my user space in Rev Online, and I can't for the
>> life of me figure out how to do it. I *think* the procedure is:
>> open the stack, select "share this stack" from the file menu,
>> select the category, enter the name of the stack and a
>> description, then click "upload" -- but when I do this, nothing
>> seems to happen. My stack doesn't appear in what I presume to be
>> the list of my shared stacks in the bottom field of "My Space,"
>> and it doesn't appear in the lists of user stacks to browse
>> either. What am I missing?
>> I must say, some built-in instructions on uploading a stack to be
>> shared on Rev Online would be very helpful. There is no help text
>> associated with Rev Online, and I can't find any info on this
>> anywhere else I've looked.... The user manual comes up blank.
>> Clearly I'm missing something, and once someone tells me how to do
>> this, I'm sure it will be obvious, but a well designed app
>> shouldn't leave the user this much at sea, I think.
>> An otherwise quite satisfied amateur,
>> -- Peter
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