Local files in revBrowser
bonnmike at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 12:53:55 EDT 2011
John sent me a copy of the files, the revbrowserstuff is working fine, it
On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 8:42 AM, Jan Schenkel <janschenkel at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- On Thu, 6/9/11, John Dixon <dixonja at hotmail.co.uk> wrote:
> > I wonder if someone could shed some light on a problem I am
> > having. The script below works fine running under MacOSX,
> > but it does not want to work running under Windows ?..
> > If having the stack would help, I would send it to you.
> > I am really stumped... any help would be appreciated.
> > local browserID
> > on preOpenStack
> > set itemDel to "/"
> > set the defaultfolder to item 1 to -2 of
> > (the effective fileName of this stack)
> > set the loc of this stack to screenLoc()
> > end preOpenStack
> > on openCard
> > /* get the path to the html file */
> > put the defaultFolder &
> > "/mapFolder/map.html" into adJustWindows
> > /* replace the spaces, if there are any,
> > in the URL filepath */
> > replace space with "%20" in
> > adjustWindows
> > /* set up the browser instance */
> > put revBrowserOpen (the windowId of this
> > stack, "file:///" & adjustWindows) into browserID
> > revBrowserSet browserID, "scrollbars",
> > false
> > revBrowserSet browserID, "showborder",
> > true
> > revBrowserSet browserID, "rect",rect of
> > image "browserimage"
> > end openCard
> > on resizeStack
> > /* keep the browser 16 pxs from the
> > bottom to be able to get to the resize window box */
> > set the rect of image "browserImage" to
> > 0, 0 & "," & (the width of this stack) & ","
> > & (the height of this stack -16 )
> > revBrowserSet browserID, "rect", rect of
> > image "browserImage"
> > pass resizeStack
> > end resizeStack
> > on closeCard
> > /* destroy the browser instance when the
> > card closes */
> > if browserID is not empty then
> > revBrowserClose browserID
> > end closeCard
> > take care,
> > Dixie
> Hi Dixie,
> Microsoft wouldn't be Microsoft if things weren't slightly different in
> their world - but then the same can be said the other way around about Apple
> Anyway, here's a blog entry from MS HQ which should be of interest:
> Jan Schenkel.
> Quartam Reports & PDF Library for LiveCode
> "As we grow older, we grow both wiser and more foolish at the same time."
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