DOWNLOADING REV 4.0.0
Web Admin Himalayan Academy
katir at hindu.org
Fri Nov 19 16:06:31 EST 2010
Yep, I make my own players too.
but if Joseph doesn't have an Enterprise license?
does anyone have the link to Ken's player for him?
On 11/19/10 9:27 AM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
> Eheh. Of course. DOH!
> On Nov 19, 2010, at 4:56 AM, Bj�rnke von Gierke wrote:
>> on startup
>> put the effective filename of me into thePath
>> put the files into theList
>> filter theList with "*.rev"
>> put line 1 of theList into theStack
>> put the short name of me into theStandalone
>> hide this stack
>> go stack theStack
>> if the result<> "" then
>> show stack theStack
>> put theStack& return into field "error"
>> put the result after field "error"
>> pass startup
>> end if
>> send "closeme" to stack theStandalone in 1 second
>> end startup
>> on closeMe
>> close this stack
>> end closeMe
>> On 18 Nov 2010, at 18:19, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>>> Just thot I'd say, the player was one of the selling points for me. To be able to distribute a stack I made for the company I work for, along with a player, without having to futz with all the idiosyncrasies of standalones was very appealing. I was disappointed when support for the player went away.
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