Using a plugin

J. Landman Gay jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Sun Jun 13 15:45:23 CDT 2010


Emmett Gray wrote:
> I've R'dTFM but I still don't know how to do this. I'm using RevMedia, 
> if that matters. I've downloaded Rinaldi's auto-save plugin and want to 
> use it in a particular stack. Where should I put it/load it (so that it 
> will be always available with that stack if it moves to another 
> machine)? How do I invoke it so that it's invisible? If it's invisible, 
> how do I set the interval?

It's been shipping as a standard Rev plugin for ages, so it should 
already be installed. You should be able to find it in the 
Development/Plugins menu.

It isn't attached to a stack, it's attached to the IDE. If you want to 
use it in a stack, you'll need to make it a substack of your own 
mainstack. In that case the visibility can be set by your own scripts, 
and toggled by a button or menu item you create (use "set the visible of 
stack <whatever> to <true/false>".) The plugin wasn't really meant to be 
that sort of tool though, it's an IDE addition.

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