Legacy project problem
mdswindell at cruzio.com
Wed Jan 21 15:21:53 CST 2009
Thanks for the kind offer. I'm running an Intel MacBook and a G4
MacBook, both with OS X. I tried the Legacy Save on both machines. I
don't have a native system 9 to try. I'm going to muck around a bit
more and see what comes up, and if I get no results or further
suggestions from the list, I may need your help. Is it possible that
there's an issue with a transparency or something of the sort (don't
think I have any here, but maybe)? Must one remove modern features to
build backwards functionality?
On Jan 21, 2009, at 12:22 PM, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
> Well, I don't know:
> The good automated handout system at runrev.com just let me
> have a new 30 day trial of RR 3.0 so I could have a go at duplicating
> your problem.
> Popped together a fairly goofy stack with one button, one field
> and one scrollbar in RR 3.0. Saved it (in RR 3 i.e.new format) first,
> and then saved it a 'Legacy' format. By the way, when I tried to
> save it in legacy format initially it would not let me; no dice until
> after I had saved it in RR 3.0 native first.
> Dreamcard 2.6 opened the stack . . . Yes, you guessed it, like
> the proverbial dream :)
> RunRev 2.0.1 opened it and built an Mac OS 7/8/9 standalone without
> turning a hair.
> This all took place on a PPC G4 Mac.
> Which Operating system are you using???
> If you want (????), Mark, you could 'Bung' me your stack and
> let me have a go . . .
> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson.
> A Thorn in the flesh is better than a failed Systems Development
> Life Cycle.
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