bobs at twft.com
Mon Aug 8 13:06:05 EDT 2011
Hi Devin and anyone else involved. I got this to work. I opened the substack called lib_calendarpane and set it's mainstack to itself, then I saved it. I added that stack (now independent of it's prior mainstack) to my project's stackfiles. Now "there is a stack" and "start using" work fine on this library.
I am going to say that in order to start using a stack that isn't already open by Livecode, it cannot be a substack of another stack. You can see why. Even if the parent stack is in the stackfiles, Livecode apparently does not peruse the substacks of the mainstacks in the stack files to find it.
Is this a bug or intended behavior?
> I will attempt to pull the substack from the main and save it separately and see if that works.
> On Aug 8, 2011, at 9:36 AM, Devin Asay wrote:
>> On Aug 5, 2011, at 11:12 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>>> Is anyone successfully using CalendarPane? I cannot get it to work after having dropped it once in a stack. I deleted everything and started over, and now it won't work at all. Livecode says there is no such stack when I try to start using it. Yes it is added to my stackFiles so it should be fine. I am at a loss.
>> Hi Bob,
>> I'm using it in a couple of projects, and it is really slick. There are some fairly specific directions included with the stack for getting it set up for the first time. I also discovered a bug in one of the scripts, something about a mis-named variable or handler name. Unfortunately I'm on the road this week and don't have my notes to refer to. If you haven't figured out by the end of the week, poke me on the list and I'll look for it after I return to work.
>> Devin Asay
>> Humanities Technology and Research Support Center
>> Brigham Young University
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