Windows Version problems
Joe Lewis Wilkins
pepetoo at cox.net
Wed Nov 17 12:52:57 EST 2010
I guess it IS a little confusing. I have a main-stack and two sub-stacks. The user has to answer questions presented in the Main-stack. The information required to answer the questions is located in one of the sub-stacks - The Reference Stack. When a question is presented in the Main-stack, information that will allow the question to be answered is presented by opening and going to a card in the sub-stack that contains that information. That is done automatically when the user goes to a card in the Main-stack with each question. The user must read the information and then return to the Main-stack to answer the question. The questions and the process are quite complex. Sometimes the user must answer a series of other questions in the sub-stack before s/he can answer the Main-stack question. Those questions are presented in yet a third stack. Based on how each of these questions is answered, eventually a report is generated that tells the user what they must do to their project in order to make it compliant with a set of rules that are outlined in the Reference Sub-stack. As I said, it IS quite complex.
Less confused? Probably not! (smile)
On Nov 17, 2010, at 9:35 AM, John Dixon wrote:
> I'm confused with what you want to do...
> Do you want to put data from your standalone into say a field in a substack and also at some point in time get that data back from the substack and view it in your mainstack ?
> Do you want to open your substack from your main stack and then go back to your main stack from your substack ?
>> From: pepetoo at cox.net
>> Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 09:09:35 -0800
>> To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
>> Subject: Re: Windows Version problems
>> What's even more confusing is that I find I CAN go to sub-stacks from the Main Stack, but not the other way around. Hmn!
>> Sorry for all the postings. I'll just keep working and maybe stumble over a solution.
>> Joe Wilkins
>> On Nov 17, 2010, at 8:51 AM, Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:
>>> Well, it seems that my problem is more pernicious than I realized. While within the IDE I can go back and forth between stacks by providing the name of the stack with the .rev on the end, but that doesn't help to identify the stacks in the standalone, so I thought that, if I stripped the .rev from the names, I'd be able to go back and forth in the standalone. It appears that I can't. So, I've been deluded into thinking that this is even possible in the MacOX standalone. This concept is/was the basis of my entire application.
>>> So my BIG question is: "Is there ANY way that we can go back and forth between stacks in a standalone?" If so, what is the syntax? I want to click on a button in one stack, go to another and retrieve some information stored there, return to the original stack and use the information to do something. In the IDE I can do this. It appears that I cannot do that in a standalone. Is my only solution to run the application using StackRunner?
>>> TIA to anyone who has insight into this problem.
>>> Joe Wilkins
>>> On Nov 16, 2010, at 11:06 PM, Joe Lewis Wilkins wrote:
>>>> The Windows version of my app has a few problems. I'm using this on a MacPro under Fusion.
>>>> 1. A whole series of buttons on the first card are missing; while others on the card are there. They are all there on the MacOSX version. All are exactly the same except for their scripts which are very simple and used to go to other cards. The missing ones take the user to another stack.
>>>> 2. The Menus of one of the three stacks are Very Large text, whereas the other two are small text.
>>>> Any ideas? I'd like them all to be Very Large.
>>>> Joe Wilkins
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