horizontal and vertical scrolling

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Thu Jun 16 13:13:29 CDT 2011


...sure they'd use LiveCode but it's ridiculous to just blindly assume that they'd have hands! ;-)
Best,
Keith..

On 16 Jun 2011, at 19:03, Peter Brigham MD wrote:

> But when we finally make contact with another intelligent species, will we discover that all their cards are right-handed? (It goes with out saying that such a species will necessarily be using LiveCode.) If so, then importing any of their cards might result in the stack disappearing in a flash of high-energy photons.... That problem will be one of the knottiest the LC development team has had to tackle.
> 
> -- Peter
> 
> Peter M. Brigham
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> 
> On Jun 16, 2011, at 1:07 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
> 
>> So you think that card creation would be racemic in nature? As many left handed cards as right handed? But surely someone would soon come up with a plugin that ensured an optically pure creation of new cards. Then we would be back to where we are now, purely left handed cards, as it should be. 
>> 
>> Bob
>> 
>> On Jun 15, 2011, at 11:08 PM, Keith Clarke wrote:
>> 
>>> ...a kind of quantum scrolling/fixed duality inherent in cards, so we can know it's state by inserting an object - Shrödinger's card?
>>> 
>>> But then 50% of cards would be created with a scrollbar - unless of course, these are all non-local, sitting in the anti-stack that can't be accessed because it's in the >90% of dark code that fills all hard drives. 
>>> 
>>> That would explain the rumour that Time Machine was originally going to be called Space-Time Machine, but I'll resist considering why Parallels is really called that and instead, get some coffee! ;-)
>>> Best,
>>> Keith.. 
>>> 
>>> On 16 Jun 2011, at 05:44, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Thomas McGrath III wrote:
>>>> 
>>>>> Although, I suppose if you could group a card then you could scroll a card.
>>>> 
>>>> Actually, I believe empty cards do scroll.  ;)




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