How to make print card work in Linux: solved
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Thu Apr 15 12:19:47 EDT 2010
J. Landman Gay wrote:
> Peter Alcibiades wrote:
>> Instead what you do is start from whatever startup stack you are using to
>> launch, or start up the compiled app. Then do the print. Make a note of
>> the settings. Then close the stack, open it in the IDE, modify the
>> settings, recompile if need be, close down Rev, start up from the startup
>> stack or the compiled app, print again, make a note of the settings.
> Can't you just use "Suspend development tools" in the Development menu?
> That's supposed to do the same thing. It removes the IDE.
Also, given that the dev and runtime engines use the same print
routines, it would be helpful to know what differences were found
between the two.
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