[ANN] lcStackBrowser Beta testers needed

Magicgate Software - Skip Kimpel skip at magicgate.com
Mon Aug 6 13:32:48 EDT 2012

I could test on Windows.....


On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 7:28 PM, Peter Haworth <pete at lcsql.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for a few beta testers for my latest plugin, lcStackBrowser.
> lcStackBrowser is an alternative to the IDE's Application Browser.  Some of
> the major features are:
>    - Tree view of stacks, substacks, cards, groups, and controls, all of
>    which can be expanded or collapsed.
>    - Icons to identify different control subtypes  (scrolling field, list
>    field, table, option menu, combo box ,etc)
>    - Single click access to inspector and script editor for all objects
>    - Single click enabling/disabling of objects
>    - Popup menu access to all true/false properties for any object type
>    - Popup menu access to common actions such as new substack, new card,
>    change mainstack, copy/move substack to a different mainstack, copy/move
>    card to a different stack, etc.
>    - Drag and drop controls to either re-layer them and add/remove them
>    from groups
>    - Directly edit nested groups without going through their higher level
>    groups
>    - Options to sort stacks, cards, and controls in several ways
>    - Optional front script to keep lcStackBrowser updated when objects are
>    created, deleted, renamed, etc outside its control.
>    - Switch between browse and edit mode
> I've tested this extensively on OS X Lion and Livecode 5.5.0 so hoping to
> find a few volunteers for other versions of OS X, Windows, and Linux.
> Please contact me off list. if you have time to exercise this plugin for me
> over the next couple of weeks.
> Thanks,
> Pete
> lcSQL Software <http://www.lcsql.com>
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