windows defender issues? & other AV issues

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Tue Jan 15 20:16:50 CET 2019


Bob Sneidar wrote:

 > Yes, with Windows 10, there is a feature called Sandboxing, where even
 > if your logged in user has write permissions to where the stack is
 > saving, you will still  not be able to write there. Program Files is a
 > great example. The solution is not to save stacks. Stacks should not
 > be the place you save information.

LiveCode stack files are a format; the file path is the location.

While it's often useful to separate UI from code, sometimes stack files 
make a really good storage format.

Windows does not care about the internal format of a file, only where 
it's saved.

Wherever you can store any binary file, you should be able to store 
stack files.

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  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
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