Apply command at the head of a displayed Script in the IDE

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Fri Jun 22 06:10:10 CDT 2012


Hi Francis,

There is a little triangle in a circle in the rop-right of the scripti editor. This shows and hides the Apply button and a few other controls. I don't know of any user preference options to change this.

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Mark Schonewille

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On 22 jun 2012, at 13:04, Francis Nugent Dixon wrote:

> Hi from Beautiful Brittany,
> 
> Recently during a endless loop in one of my scripts,
> I used my traditional "Panic Management" response,
> hitting all the keys on my keyboard with both hands
> (recently likened to a Booker T Hammond play sequence).
> I must have hit a combination, beacause the "apply"
> command at the top of the script display had simply
> disappeared. I went into LiveCode Preferences to
> try and get it back, but was unable to find the
> related option.
> 
> I finally solved the problem by clicking "Reset all
> Preferences to Default", and the "Apply" command
> came back.
> 
> But I am curious. Which "preference" option allows
> me to add or subtract this Script Header command ?
> On this Script header, we find, with the "Apply"
> command, three debug arrows, but I see no Debug options
> in LiveCode Preferences.
> 
> -Francis




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