[ANN] tRev Magic Menus: contextual, mouse-free menus

Jerry Daniels jerry.daniels at me.com
Sat Apr 10 21:44:31 CDT 2010


Changing the subject of this post would not hurt my feelings, since very comment to it is about problems with the Linux version of Revolution's script editor.

Best,

Jerry Daniels

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On Apr 10, 2010, at 9:39 PM, Peter Alcibiades <palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> 
> On the basis that maybe it could be something about all three of the systems
> it occurred on today, which admittedly are all running Debian, though with
> very different installation and use histories, I moved Rev to Slitaz running
> in Sun's non-free Virtual Box on one of them, and did the same thing, and
> got just about the same result.  This time it was a freeze which the only
> way out of was to shutdown the session in X windows by force.
> 
> Now this is a barebones install of Slitaz, which is itself just about as as
> bare as you can get, the only thing it has on it, apart from the base
> system, is Rev Studio gm1, 4.0.0, build 950, ligthpttd, user space NFS.  It
> does not even have CUPS or printing or Office installed.   It uses PCManFM
> and Open Box, whereas on my real system its Thunar and Fluxbox, and on the
> ones in the office they are on Gnome with Nautilus.
> 
> So, what are we going to suggest next?  Is it the wrong kind of code?  Is
> there something about the way I've written my app that can cause the IDE
> editor to crash during cut and paste? Is that really possible?
> 
> 
> Peter
> 
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