Inclusions bug in LC9?

Paul Dupuis paul at researchware.com
Mon May 7 16:34:41 EDT 2018


Although now that I think about it, even if you have LC set to Search
for Inclusions, shouldn't you be able to click on the Inclusions tab to
SEE what Inclusions the search found?????


On 5/7/2018 4:30 PM, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode wrote:
> NEVER MIND
>
> I had a brain fart and forgot about the radio button to switch from
> searching for inclusions to selecting them on the General tab.
>
>
> On 5/7/2018 4:24 PM, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode wrote:
>> RECIPE (Under Windows 8.1, LC9.0.0)
>>
>> Open LC. Create a new Untitled stack, default size. Save the stack as
>> "Test.livecode". Select "Standalone Application Settings..." from the
>> file menu
>>
>> OBSERVE: The "Inclusions" tab is disabled (greyed out)
>>
>> I assumed at first this was because the stack has no scripts, so I added
>> a stack script:
>>
>> *on*sampleHandler
>>
>> *put*revXMLTrees() intoX
>>
>> *end*sampleHandler
>>
>> And saved the stack and then check the Standalone settings. The
>> "Inclusions" tab was still disabled. I tried building the default
>> standalones (OSX, Windows, Linux) successfully and then checked the
>> Standalone settings to see if the "Inclusions" tab might then be
>> enabled. Nope.
>>
>> I did a search in the Quality Center and did not find a reported bug for
>> this. Can someone check this and confirm this bug?
>>
>>
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