Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at comcast.net
Thu Mar 20 11:13:18 EDT 2008
Without a criticism implied toward RR I whole heartedly agree with
Richard. Examples of the 'expected' functionality of a command/
function/message etc. should come with the code for reference.
Examples of what else we can do with it is another thing and not up to
RR to supply.
I for one always look for the example and would love it if there were
always two examples as in get and put etc. so that I can compare the
areas I am not familiar with the usage of.
This is timely since I am right now going to be needing the drag drop
features in my new project.
On Mar 20, 2008, at 10:05 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> Eric Chatonet wrote:
>> Search for 'drag' in 2.9 dictionary and you'll find new entries
>> for allowableDragActions, dragAction, dragImage, dragImageOffset,
>> dragDelta and dragData enhanced.
> For most new features a quick stroll through the Dictionary would be
> But D&D is such an unusually large collection of tokens with a very
> rare interdependency among them that they deserve an example.
> Moreover, it seems reasonable to assume that such an example was
> needed for RunRev to design, write, and test these tokens, so what
> folks are looking for is just a little more than what already exists.
> Richard Gaskin
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