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Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Thu Jun 4 13:19:10 EDT 2015


Well, try these two, for starters (bug report 15468)
1) Open a new stack - it doesn't appear in the pb until you do something
else in the pb so that it updates itself.  Now, maybe there's something
funky going on so that the pb doesn't get the memo that I've opened a new
stack (like some library that's open might be getting in the way), but
that's why I opened the bug report and am diving into the code to see what
I can do about it.
2) In the settings palette for lc, on the general tab, show lc stacks in
lists.  PB not updated.

On Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>
wrote:

> Mike Kerner wrote:
>
> > I'm trying to fix a couple of issues with the projectBrowser, so
> > I am trying to see where in the labarynth of LC tools I should
> > be looking.
>
> Would this help?:
> http://fourthworld.net/lc/devo-mpath.png
>
> If so it's not far from being releasable, and will be available at no cost.
>
> Even with that handy one-stop-shopping for all scripts currently in the
> message path, there's currently an impediment to working efficiently in IDE
> scripts which thankfully was addressed recently and will be fixed in a new
> build very soon (status "Awaiting Merge"):
> <http://quality.runrev.com/show_bug.cgi?id=10722>
>
> I'm holding off on most IDE fixes myself until that's resolved.  Just too
> much work without it.
>
>
> > It's interesting, for instance, that the application browser gets
> > updated at times when the projectBrowser is not.
>
> Very.  Under what circumstances do they differ?
>
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