Card cut off at bottom because of menu
cszasz at mac.com
Thu Apr 29 12:33:06 EDT 2010
I checked and did find that properties for purging stack and windows on close was checked in my splash stack. I unchecked these properties and created a Mac standalone that did not show any cutting off the card and shifting the card down. Thanks!
I think that a dialog or something in the IDE should indicate this procedure for creating Mac and windows standalones. There certainly should be a movie tutorial illustrating this. I agree with what someone had stated on the RevList or ImproveList that some of these basics are not illustrated in tutorials. Instead they concentrate on somewhat more advanced features.
cszasz at mac.com
On Apr 29, 2010, at 11:21 AM, J. Landman Gay [via Runtime Revolution] wrote:
> charles61 wrote:
> > After making the standalone, I tried Mac version of my app. I found that the
> > card had shifted down cutting off some of my buttons at the bottom. Worse
> > yet the upper 1/4 inch of my card had a green color band that came from the
> > introductory card that was all green.
> It's the "destroystack" property that's apparently the problem. Set it
> to false. May as well set destroywindow to false too, it isn't really
> needed these days.
> If that doesn't fix it, you can put a script in the preopenstack handler
> of your mainstack that sets the menubar and defaultmenubar. It will only
> run in your standalone.
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