Bob Sneidar bobsneidar at
Thu Jan 30 13:22:03 EST 2020

Unnfortunately I only have the Community version and cannot test. 

Bob S

> On Jan 30, 2020, at 10:10 , hh via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
>> Bob S. wrote:
>> I probably misunderstand the use of this. 
>> I drug a simple stack into this but while it displays
>> fine, it does not function...
> Did you test it in the IDE? This is very simple in LC 9:
> Open the stack, select HTML5 (nothing else) in the
> standalone settings and hit the Test button.
> If it runs there it will run in the LCPlayer because it is
> the same engine.
> If it doesn't run then possibly you use wait (not supported
> in HTML5, use send in time instead).
> Or try to disable your preopenstack handler.
> In case you inject javascript handlers to the loading page
> then these may interfere with the main engine. You have to
> use a webview with the standalone from a (local) server
> instead.
> Known bug:
> The only bug I have seen until now with one of my > 100
> tested LC 6/7/8/9 stacks (that don't use unsupported controls
> as players) is that a stack without titlebar doesn't 'slip'
> into a panel.
> One then has to do "close stack <name>" or do "delete stack
> <name>" from the LCPlayer-messageBox.
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