Open all the scripts in one stack as a continuous document?

Richmond richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Sun Jan 5 08:55:16 EST 2014


On 05/01/14 15:52, Richmond wrote:
> On 05/01/14 15:44, Richmond wrote:
>> Ugly, very ugly, never thought I would have to ask such a question;
>>
>> especially after slagging-off Visual Basic!!!!
>>
>> Anyway, I have just found out that I have made a "monster c*ck-up" 
>> [just for a change, LOL]
>>
>> and wish to change every single "if cmdKey() is down" to "if 
>> ctrlKey() is down"
>> in on the sunny side of about 200 faux buttons
>> in a stack and dread the thought of having to open
>> each script and change it; apart from what it will do to my nascent
>> repetitive stress syndrome.
>>
>> Richmond.
>
> Ooooh, Look! Richmond replies to his own posting yet again.
>
> As long as the stack is not encrypted (that's where I got things 
> wrong) a bog-normal
> text editor will open a stack as a continuous thing with the code all
> visible.
>
> I'm using Text Wrangler on Mac.
>
> I hope (????) the thing will reopen in Livecode once it has been 
> mucked around with in Text Wrangler.
>
> Richmond.


"That stack is corrupted"

Aaaaaagh.




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