can't access scripts
Friedrich F. Grohmann
shedrup at ms9.hinet.net
Sun Sep 7 23:13:57 CDT 2008
Thanks for the hint but no, I don't use GLX2. I own a copy but so far
didn't feel the need to switch from Rev's script editor. Thus there
is no disturbing plugin in the Plugins folder.
Also, the problem described is not restricted to stacks I converted
from earlier HC incarnations. It happens, too, with stacks developed
from scratch in Revolution.
All the best,
On 8 Sep 2008, at 10:21, Bruce A. Pokras wrote:
> Are any of you using GLX2? There is an incompatibility between
> GLX2 and RunRev 3.0 that prevents the script editor from opening,
> and also prevents some menus from working (e.g., I could not
> disable GLX2 from the menubar). The current beta of GLX2 is
> supposed to address the problem, but I have not tried that.
> Disabling GLX2 by moving the plugin out of its Plugins folder fixes
> the problem.
>> Fritz, Mark,
>> As soon as I downloaded 3.0, I ran into the same problem with not
>> being able to edit scripts. I reported it immediately, but until
>> your references I thought I was the only one with this aberration.
>> In my case it holds true for HC stacks that I convert with 3.0 as
>> well as those previously converted by earlier RR versions. They
>> act as if there are no scripts. Not even an empty edit window. As
>> I mentioned at the time, I was unable to report this on the beta
>> list, having not been recognized, though I did receive
>> notification that I was activated. One or two of my emails were
>> off list. Again, I just got no response from anyone.
>> Joe Wilkins
>> On Sep 6, 2008, at 5:38 PM, Friedrich F. Grohmann wrote:
>>> Thanks, Mark!
>>> Good to know that I don't suffer from some exotic hallucination.
>>> Unfortunately, however, the trick with the deleted preferences
>>> stack doesn't work so far....
>>> All the best,
>>> On 6 Sep 2008, at 23:38, Mark Schonewille wrote:
>>>> Hallo Friedrich!
>>>> That happened to me too and I reported it already. It looks like
>>>> there is a problem with the preferences stack. If you delete it
>>>> from ~/Library/Preferences/Runtime Revolution/Revolution
>>>> Enterprise or the equivalent of that folder on your system with
>>>> your license, the problem might solve itself.
>>>> Best regards,
>>>> Mark Schonewille
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