Naive question 666

Pete pete at mollysrevenge.com
Sat Jun 4 15:05:41 CDT 2011


OK, now I get it.  All the images in my Image Library are ones that I want
to use across any LC applications I write so that's an appropriate place for
them.  Images that are specific to one application should be put in a stack
that is part of that application.

As I said, I don't do a lot of graphic work so I missed that distinction.

Pete
Molly's Revenge <http://www.mollysrevenge.com>





> > LiveCode does not assume that you want to share those images universally
> in all your stacks, which is what the Icon Libraries are for. In most cases,
> this is the correct behavior. Very few of my stacks contain icons that I
> need in other stacks. For those I do want available everywhere, I import
> them into a library.
> >
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