Frank D. Engel, Jr.
fde101 at fjrhome.net
Fri Dec 17 10:40:10 EST 2004
On Dec 17, 2004, at 8:45 AM, doug rogers wrote:
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: doug rogers <dougrogers1 at mac.com>
>> Date: December 16, 2004 8:38:15 PM EST
>> To: revolution at runrev.com
>> New to Revolution. May be a convert from HyperCard :-) Playing with
>> the 30 day demo.
>> 1) I have a button in my HyperCard stack -with a Hypertalk script-
>> which has as its content a small applescript. So "do me as
>> applescript" in the Hypertalk script executes. Where is the best
>> place to put this snippet of applescript in my Rev Stack? Or, even
>> better than compiling it again everytime, is there a better way to do
>> 2) A question too about overhead. This is a small stack I want to
>> run, basically one card that requests to a network and an applescript
>> to send stuff to iCal. If I buy Dreamcard, I need to run it to access
>> the stack. Upgrading to the Studio edition will allow me to build
>> standalones... and it will just be stuff I'm running on this Mac,
>> perhaps three or so stacks concurrently, OSX dual USB iBook. What is
>> going to be the best use of Memory?
>> 3) :-) I have had Rev quit a couple of times developing this little
>> stack, as Rev pages in and out of RAM, I think. Maybe it's the calls
>> to the applescript, which seem to launch HyperCard in Classic. So I
>> need to get that applescript up to where I can deal with it.
>> 4) And the 'request from server' gives me back a -1701 error , which
>> is an AppleEvent thing, I think.
>> 5) and I forget because I was interrupted by my daughter... hmmmm....
>> you can't help me with that :-) Oh! MIDI! I have another stack which
>> I would like to work on which depends on an xcmd (XCMD?) which does a
>> call to Quicktime to export out a MIDI file. Anyone working on this
>> kind of stuff?
You may want to check out the Enhanced QuickTime External at
http://www.mangomultimedia.com/developer/revolution/ -- not sure if
that will have what you want, but it's probably worth a look.
>> There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.
> There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.
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Frank D. Engel, Jr. <fde101 at fjrhome.net>
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