pete at mollysrevenge.com
Tue Feb 15 12:38:08 EST 2011
Monte, Thanks for the update. I just changed all my code back to using the stackFiles property instead of using the code you suggested in the Startup event and now everything works! I have changed this code so many times now that I honestly can't remember what is different about it now that when it didn;t work. In any case, I'm happy it is now working and I can move on.
Thanks to all who helped out with this.
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On Feb 14, 2011, at 7:57 PM, Monte Goulding wrote:
>>>> However, it looks like I have some wholesale changes to make to get my stackFiles working correctly with regard to my behavior scripts. The buttons that hold the behavior scripts are in a substack. I've included the name of the behaviors substack and it's main stack in the stackfiles, both pointing to the same file path but the behaviors still aren't recognised by the controls that point to them. I tried putting just the main stack into stackFiles and adding the statement "open stack "xyzsub of stack "xyz" - the behaviors still aren't recognised.
> Hi Peter
> I just tested using the stackfiles property as the sole reference for behaviors (both those on a substack of a separate stackfile and on a mainstack of a separate stackfile) and it worked perfectly so there must be something else going on. Both stackfiles were in a stackfiles subdirectory where the engine wouldn't normally find them. One important thing about behaviors is the engine has to find them before opening the stack they are used on.
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