Release 8.0 dictionary

panagiotis merakos merakosp at gmail.com
Tue Dec 22 16:29:13 EST 2015


Hi Richmond,

>>>>>I created a blank stack with a bog-normal button and tried to see the
scriptEditor via the
menuBar, and got a jolly wheel that goes round and round and round, you are
feeling
sleepy, you think you are a purple banana . . .
Same again via the contextual menu . . .<<<<<<<<

Please try twice. It needs two attempts to open the script editor in DP12.
Reported under bug 16641:
http://quality.livecode.com/show_bug.cgi?id=16641

Best,
Panos
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On Tue, Dec 22, 2015 at 11:01 PM, Richmond <richmondmathewson at gmail.com>
wrote:

> On 22/12/15 15:24, Ben Rubinstein wrote:
>
>> On 22/12/2015 12:11, Muaadh Salih wrote:
>>
>>> Installed  it in Windows 7
>>> Dictionary ( API mode) shows non-scrolling empty screen.
>>> ​when choosing "Guide" ​option of the dictionary it shows initial screen
>>> but refuse to scroll .
>>>
>>
>> Reported and confirmed at
>> http://quality.livecode.com/show_bug.cgi?id=16642
>>
>> But it doesn't affect all installs, and LC would welcome additional
>> reports of setups (which edition, Community/Indy/Business, as well as OS)
>> you're either seeing the problem or not.
>>
>> Ben
>>
>>
> Xubuntu 64 bit 14.04.3 LTS
>
> DP 12: empty dictionary.
>
> This is slightly unpleasant; as I have a feeling that all the bits of
> LiveCode are so
> interconnected that as soon as one sorts out one bug/problem/blip another
> one
> seems to arise.
>
> I have just found that the property inspector won't let me inspect groups;
>
> mind you, to be fair, when I tried the same thing with DP 11 the whole
> computer
> GUI froze until I hit the escape key.
>
> So: I decided to try to open the cardScript of my "Garuda" stack, and got
> a jolly
> wheel that goes round and round and round, you are feeling sleepy, you
> think you are
> a purple banana . . .
>
> I created a blank stack with a bog-normal button and tried to see the
> scriptEditor via the
> menuBar, and got a jolly wheel that goes round and round and round, you
> are feeling
> sleepy, you think you are a purple banana . . .
>
> Same again via the contextual menu . . .
>
> So, obviously quite a few 'issues', which is the word that I have to
> remember
> now I have promised to be 'good' [don't believe that, 'cos you might just
> be
> disappointed].
>
> I hope that ALL at LiveCode will have suitably restorative Winter festivals
> [Christmas, Pancha Ganapati, Yule, LiveCodeMass (Um; that's a thought),
> what-have-you; doesn't
> really matter as long as they are all pointing in the same direction
> (sorry, folks, I don't do
> sectarianism)] and not give a tuppenny @#$%^& about DP 12 until the 3rd of
> January at the earliest.
>
> ------------ Off Topic Homily Follows ----------------
>
> However, I would urge any Muslims who happen to read this to reflect on
> the very simple fact that
> a reading of both the Koran and the Hadith [sorry; I have only read sahih
> al-Bukhari and sahih al-Muslim]
> point to the fact that Islam (along with Christianity, Judaism, and every
> other religion except,
> possibly, Buddhism) has a thread of violence against unbelievers in them.
> This is not to denigrate
> Islam; but it is to point out that it is time for Muslims to acknowledge
> that fact (as Christians and Jews
> have already) and come to terms with it and reject it, and urge other
> Muslims to do the same.
> All religions pass through bigotted, violent patches, but it is time for
> Islam to get over that patch; now.
>
> ---------- End of Off Topic Homily ---------------
>
> Richmond.
>
>
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