bonnmike at gmail.com
Wed Dec 1 15:12:02 EST 2010
The .app is a package (aka special folder) if you right click the .app file
in finder and show package contents, the substack should be in there
somewhere. Is it possible your updater is looking for it in the wrong
place? Also, since when you make the standalone, it shows the substack as a
separate file, that means you most likely have "move substacks to individual
stack files" checked in the standalone settings (under the stacks tab of the
standalone settings) I think it's necessary to make sure it's check to do
updates as you're planning, so a double check wouldn't hurt.
Other than that, as mentioned above, posting the error would be a help.
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 12:32 PM, <DunbarX at aol.com> wrote:
> They are part of the standalone. But it is just the opposite: substacks are
> not considered to be the executable, and can be modified and saved. This is
> the standard procedure, the splash screen as mainStack, and the substack(s)
> as working stacks.
> In a message dated 12/1/10 2:26:01 PM, bobs at twft.com writes:
> > I thought that a substack of the main stack was part of the standalone,
> > and therefore not modifiable? I think that you should not have the real
> > stack a substack of the splash stack, but rather an included file. Then
> > should go as planned.
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