another newbie question

Bob Sneidar bobsneidar at iotecdigital.com
Fri Apr 4 11:18:56 EDT 2014


Yet another is to have a test button on your card. This way you have the opportunity of setting up the environment before calling your handler. 

Bob


On Apr 4, 2014, at 24:21 , Mark Schonewille <m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com> wrote:

> Hi Larry,
> 
> There are several ways to do this. You can click on the green arrow at the top of the script editor window and choose the handler to run, after which you click on OK. In most cases, you can also type the handler name in the message box and press return.
> 
> Another way is to right-click on the stack while pressing control-shift or shift-control-command, and choosing the message from the popup menu that appears (the list of messages is in the Messages, Card Messages or Stack Messages submenu).
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> On 4/4/2014 08:59, larry at significantplanet.org wrote:
>> If I make a change to my stack script (I only have 1 stack) is there a way to test the code in the script without having to close the IDE and then restart LC to see if my stack script is running properly - such as something within the openStack command?
>> 
>> Thank you
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