Can't Move Backward
ray at linkit.com
Fri Jan 9 15:08:37 EST 2015
Mike - thanks for the idea but even a script like this fails
go stack [legacyStackPath]
The result is the file I chose is not a stack file.
So currently I can't open a stack which is a nearly two years of work in
an older version of Livecode. Meanwhile, 7.0.1 is so full of bugs (even
playing a sound after 'waiting till sound is done' crashes) I can barely
use the stack. I failed to maintain piles of old versions of my project
trusting Livecode's claim that a release is stable and relying on the
legacy saving ability. Both of these have failed leaving me pleading
-------- Original message --------
From: Mike Bonner <bonnmike at gmail.com>
Date:01/09/2015 12:38 PM (GMT-04:00)
To: How to use LiveCode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>
Subject: Re: Can't Move Backward
You might turn off messages before opening the stack to see if it loads.
Also, if you're double clicking to open the stack, try using the file menu
On Fri, Jan 9, 2015 at 7:19 AM, Ray <ray at linkit.com> wrote:
> I'm trying a "Save As" on a stack file last saved in 7.0.1 so I can open
> it in 6.5.2, the last stable version of Livecode that I know of.
> The choices are:
> Legacy Livecode Stack (5.5)
> Legacy Livecode Stack (2.7)
> Legacy Livecode Stack (2.4)
> I would imagine my copy of Livecode 6.5.2 would open a stack file
> Legacy 5.5, but it doesn't. I can't remember back as far as 2.7 and 2.4.
> I am able to create a new, empty stack file in 7.0.1, save it in legacy
> 5.5 and then open it in 6.5.2 so there's apparently something going
> the first stack file. However, Livecode should open it and produce
> errors which I can then find and fix. If Livecode 6.5.2 doesn't even
> it then I'm stuck.
> Does anybody know how to move backward away from the many problems 7.0.1
> has without having to re-write years of work?
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