comment and questions of 12 jul 02
Jeanne A. E. DeVoto
jeanne at runrev.com
Sat Jul 13 22:55:05 EDT 2002
At 2:46 PM -0700 7/12/2002, peter.fink at tiscali.ch wrote:
>I'm now thru with the Transcript Dictionary, all 1303 pages.
Gulp. Congratulations - I think you're probably one of under a dozen who's
read the whole thing front to back. ;-)
>1) where is beep? it does not work for me.
Do other sounds work in Rev? If you play an audioclip or player, does the
sound come through?
>2) can the linktext be entered in the development system, in some panel?
>4)(repeat) how does the image library work?
The Image Library is essentially an interface for seeing and choosing
images in a stack. The built-in libraries are all stacks (that are part of
Rev); choosing one shows you the images in that stack and lets you copy an
image into your own stack, use it as an icon, and so on. When you create a
standalone, if you have used images in a built-in library as icons, you'll
need to check off these libraries to include them in the standalone.
When you select a stack of your own to display in the image library, it
scans the stack and displays all images. This is mostly convenient when you
have a stack you use especially to store images such as icons - using the
Image Library window you can create and manage the stack, then easily
examine the images and choose one. You never need to show the stack to the
user - just put one image on each card (or however you want to arrange
>5) how to make the little icons in the Go Back and See Also buttons of the
They're just icons underneath a transparent button which is the menu - no
Jeanne A. E. DeVoto ~ jeanne at runrev.com
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