Changing extention on script only stack

Brian Milby brian at
Wed Jan 8 10:58:03 EST 2020

One option to eliminate the external file altogether would be to make it a substack prior to building.

On Jan 8, 2020, 10:52 AM -0500, Greg (Pink) Miller via use-livecode <use-livecode at>, wrote:
> I have my main stack "PanelManager.livecode" with a behavior script with a
> file name "panamana.lcs"
> Upon compiling for Windows, the script file gets included in the folder
> with the program but is renamed "panamana.lcs.livecode"
> I would prefer not to have ".livecode" appended onto it.
> > I have a script only stack that is the behavior of a stack that
> > i wish to compile. When I compile it for Windows, I have a
> .livecodescript file in the folder. Is it possible to change that
> > extension to .lcs
> >
> > So far all the shots at this I've taken end up appending .livecode to
> > the end.
> >
> > Can this be changed somewhere?
> In the file manager. But I'm guessing you knew that. So I'm guessing I
> don't understand the question.
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