Can anybody HELP !!
dave at looktowindward.com
Mon Jan 19 09:25:01 CST 2009
cRevStandaloneSettings should be in the stack you use to build the
project, it's the same file that you use when you select "Standalone
Application Setting" from the file menu. However to see it, you must
have enabled "Revolution UI Element in Lists" from the View Menu
*before* you open the stack file.
If you then open the property inspector for the stack, it should show
"cRevStandaloneSettings" into the custom props pane.
Other things to try if this doesn't work:
Try setting the password from another stack, not from the Standalone
Settings dialog (after deleting and resetting the .
Hope this helps
On 19 Jan 2009, at 11:28, <camm29 at tesco.net> <camm29 at tesco.net> wrote:
> cRevStandaloneSettings do not appear in the Mainsatck ?
> Makes no difference searching for inclusions manually or auto.
> ---- camm29 at tesco.net wrote:
>> Mark ,
>> Thanks I will look into that !
>> Will it explain why it only happens with Rev 3.0 and not previous
>> versions ?
>> Also it only happens if "ANSWER" is used in the script !
>> ---- Mark Schonewille <m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Camm,
>>> Have you tried deleting the property cRevStandaloneSettings from
>>> mainstack? Turn on Revolution UI Elements in Lists in the View
>>> menu to
>>> see this property in the property inspector.
>>> Have you set the standalone settings to search for inclusions
>>> manually? If a stack already has a password, you can't search for
>>> inclusions automatically.
>>> Note that you can't set a password in the standalone settings for a
>>> stack that has a password already.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Mark Schonewille
>>> Economy-x-Talk Consulting and Software Engineering
>>> Dutch forum: http://runrev.info/rrforum
>>> We are always looking for new projects! Feel free to contact us to
>>> discuss your custom software project!
>>> On 19 jan 2009, at 11:25, <camm29 at tesco.net> wrote:
>>>> I have raised a few posts on this.
>>>> It's a show stopper for me ! I need to use Rev 3.0 to use it's
>>>> increased serial port access.
>>>> I have used Rev for 4 years now , but with Rev 3.0 it fails to
>>>> a standalone for
>>>> Windows XP.
>>>> This happens ONLY if I set a password for the stack in the
>>>> standalone settings.
>>>> I tried almost everything , though RunRev say they cannot reproduce
>>>> this ?
>>>> Believe me it does fail !
>>>> I have used different PC'S and different scripts with no luck.
>>>> All scripts build on previous versions of Rev.
>>>> Please help !!!!!
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