help!

Bill Ziegler billziegler at mac.com
Fri Jan 9 14:36:35 EST 2009


 > executing at 11:21:27 AM
 > Type	Object: property is not an integer
 > Object	Variables
 > Line	set the height of scrollbar "Scrollbar" of me to the height of  
me
 > - 14
 > Hint	-8
 >
 >
 > All of a sudden I've started getting this error and can't open any
 > scripts. It is from higher up on the food chain then my stack. I get
 > it even when I develop new stacks. I tried dumping my whole Rev Media
 > folder and downloading a fresh version. I still get this error and
 > sometime a background error.


 >Bill,

 >Just so we're clear: The line referenced is not from a handler you
 >wrote? And this happens every time you try to edit any script in any
 >stack?

 >Are you using any plugins? See your Documents folder (OS X) or your My
 >Documents folder (Win) and look for a folder called "My Revolution
 >Media". Inside that there may be a plugins folder. If there is
 >anything inside that, pull it out and relaunch Rev Media.

 >Devin
Thanks Devin
 >Just so we're clear: The line referenced is not from a handler you
 >wrote?
Correct. I did resize the stack script window a few times using the  
lower right handle before all the problems.
  >And this happens every time you try to edit any script in any stack?
Yes, 2 month old programs that worked fine and brand new programs  
won't edit. I trashed two stacks in my documents folder on the user  
level but they were just rev demos. The only way I found to script  
again in RunRev was to download a new Studio version.  Trashing the  
old Media version and downloading/installing a new Media still gave me  
the error. It's like in the old days if the HOME stack was corrupted  
in hypercard up the chain, but why then doesn't a fresh copy work?
Bill





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