Old bug still in Rev 2.8 OSX Chapter 4
mlange at widged.com
Wed Feb 21 11:58:14 EST 2007
I didn't know of Joe's problem at the time. On the forum, Mark kindly
pointed to <http://quality.runrev.com/qacenter/show_bug.cgi?id=3816 >
Well, I have tried to post a comment on the quality center but
couldn't because I got this message: "You tried to change the
Hardware field from Macintosh to All , but only the assignee or
reporter of the report, or a sufficiently empowered user may change
that field." and was unable to post. Using reply rather than comment
gets the same result. ". So I couldn't post on the quality center.
The comment was:
"As the report is still marked as unconfirmed, let's signal I
observed the same here.
On a mac OSX, intel, rev 2.7.4, when I drag and drop a stack file on
the Rev application icon, which will open up revolution and then open
up the stack, everything that takes place within the openstack
handler doesn't execute. Tried writing to the message box, writing to
a log file, etc.
Everything works fine when revolution is already open and I open the
stack file via drag and drop or the menu. But commands within the
openstack handler are not fired when the stack is being open within a
This is 100% systematic, both when I drag the file onto the
application icon and when I double click on the file icon.
Can it be related to the speed of the computer?
> As others have explained previously, the "startup" message is designed
> specifically for standalones and is not sent to stacks running
> under the IDE
> no matter how they are launched. This is behaving exactly as
> I have made a sample stack to test your assertion:
> It properly triggers the preOpenStack, openStack, preOpenCard and
> handlers whether opened from within Rev or double-clicking the
> stack from
> the Mac OS X Finder.
> MacBook Core2Duo 2GHz, Mac OS X 10.4.8, Revolution 2.8 Build 350.
> - Bill
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