how to transfer icon from "metaCard comptatible icons" to "this stack"

André.Bisseret Andre.Bisseret at inria.fr
Fri Dec 15 03:27:26 EST 2006


Yeaah ! very nice :-)
Éric and you make me feel that actually I should spend time exploring  
Rev more systematically !
But, you know,  I tend to learn only when I get problems ! That's why  
this list is really vital for "amateurs" like me !

Thanks a lot Devin

Best regards from Grenoble
André


Le 14 déc. 06 à 20:49, Devin Asay a écrit :

> André,
>
> You may also do the following:
>
> Development Menu > Image Library.
>
> Select the Images tab.
>
> Click on the image you want in your stack.
>
> Click the Place Image button.
>
> Devin
>
> On Dec 14, 2006, at 6:34 AM, Eric Chatonet wrote:
>
>> Bonjour André,
>>
>> 1. Show UI elements in lists
>> 2. Go to the App browseer
>> 3. Locate the revIcons stack that has a lot of substacks.
>> 4. Copy in your stack the ones you use from revCompatibilityIcons 1
>>
>> :-)
>>
>> Le 14 déc. 06 à 14:07, André.Bisseret a écrit :
>>
>>> Hi,
>>> For navigation buttons in a stack I chose icons (arrows etc) in  
>>> the inspector pane  "MetaCard Compatible icons". All is OK with  
>>> Runrev.
>>>
>>> But, the icons do not appear when I run the stack with Revolution  
>>> player or StackRunner (and I suppose it would be the same with a  
>>> standalone).
>>>
>>> I suppose the solution is to get these icon in the "This stack"  
>>> pane, in order to be able to choose it from there, but I don't  
>>> know how to export  from "MetaCard Compatible icons" pane to  the  
>>> "This stack" pane.
>>>
>>> I thougt I just had to use copy and paste, but infortunately it  
>>> seems not possible to select an icon in order to copy it ; the  
>>> pane disappears as soon as I click on any icon (and the icon of  
>>> the btn is set to it).
>>>
>>> How could I import icons from the metacard compatible icons (or  
>>> standard icons) in the stack pane ?
>>>
>>> I searched the list' archives but I did not find any precise answer
>>>
>>> Thanks a lot in advance for a solution
>>>
>>> Best regards from Grenoble
>>> André
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>>
>> Best Regards from Paris,
>> Eric Chatonet
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> Devin Asay
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> Brigham Young University
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