Looks like HyperCard
dave at blackrockmac.com
Fri Feb 8 03:51:01 EST 2002
I am not clear that my original question was answered. Simply, when I
double-click on a stack, any stack, with the Rev UI not previously running,
the stack opens looking like an old HyperCard stack. If I open it while the
Rev UI is running, it displays the correct Appearance Manager look. This
happens whether or not I have an appearance manager call in the stack.
Somehow this does not seem right to me. I'm running MacOS 9.2.2.
> From: Terry Vogelaar <terry at discovery.nl>
> Reply-To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2002 20:30:53 +0100
> To: <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Subject: Re: Looks like HyperCard
> Troy Rollins wrote:
>>> This has come up several times in this group. The gist is this -
>>> double-clicking a stack opens it, sans the Rev UI. Open the stack in Rev, or
>>> create a stand-alone, and all is well. Basically, double-clicking a stack
>>> which is not a stand-alone, opens it in Rev in some strange way that no one
>>> actually wants to do. ;)
> Jeanne replied:
>> Well, that's not exactly true. ;-)
>> It's a useful mode for testing before you build your actual
>> standalone...but it's pretty much the same thing you get with "Suspend
>> Revolution UI" in the Development menu.
> I thought Troy was right, but Jeanne is the only known exception, so he
> wasn't speaking the truth, because he said "no one" actually want it. ;-)
> I think doubleclicking a stack should start up the Rev UI as well. When
> someone wants to test, he/she can use the Suspend UI command.
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