[ANN] revObjective 1.0 released!

Len Morgan len-morgan at crcom.net
Tue Sep 7 07:06:49 EDT 2010


  Ok, I got it installed and now everything is enabled except for the 
Add button.  This still looks a little rough and I still don't know what 
to do with it now that I have it.  By the way, the description of the 
Integer field is the same as the Number field and yet the number field 
shows "10.1" (i.e., the description says only integers are allowed and 
yet the number has a decimal point in it.

I've got to get ready for work so I'll have to play with this later.  
Some sort of quick tutorial to show the very basics would be helpful!

len


On 9/7/2010 5:56 AM, Monte Goulding wrote:
> Oh, did you install the revObjective folder (contains the 4 objects that come with the plugin) into the plugins folder with the plugin? That field filters the list of objects so don't type anything in there for the minute and if you have delete it. Also if you select a control in one of your stacks the Add button will become enabled. Click "Add" and the control will be imported into revObjective. From there you can edit the behavior script etc.
>
> No other docs yet sorry but I'm here or off list if you want to ask questions.
>
> Cheers
>
> Monte
> On 07/09/2010, at 8:43 PM, Len Morgan wrote:
>
>> Is there any kind of documentation available?  I'm on windows 7 and when I open the plugin, I'm allowed to type in the upper right hand text box (although I don't know what I'm supposed to type there) and everything else is disabled.  I have no idea what to do now.
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