Windows 10 and LC9.0

Erik Beugelaar beugelaar at
Sun May 27 05:08:47 EDT 2018

Maybe an idea for the mothership to setup an survey like they did with the HTML5 campaign.

Survey containing for example questions about:

1. Percentage of total LiveCode developers mainly using LiveCode on Windows platform against Mac OSX platform;
2. Percentage of total LiveCode developers mainly targeting Android on Windows platform against Mac OSX platform targeting Android;
3. Suggestions of making the IDE working solid under Windows platform;
5. Priority list of issues;
5. Etc etc

It has no use to look backward dealing with technical issues you couldn’t fixed by yourself, my wise father always told me (senior engineer Electronics) to put all strength together so you all can move forward, in this case to make a stable working version 9.x of LiveCode IDE under Windows/OSX.

Just my 2cents,
Erik Beugelaar

On 27/05/18 02:20, "use-livecode on behalf of Sean Cole (Pi) via use-livecode" <use-livecode-bounces at on behalf of use-livecode at> wrote:

>On Sat, 26 May 2018 at 22:09, AndyP via use-livecode <
>use-livecode at> wrote:
>> If for example you are using LC on Mac which I have used in the past and
>> was a pleasure to behold.. it just works!
>When I wrote the list of things that were broken I was writing specifically
>about Mac. I very rarely code on Windoze. The Mac ‘just works’, true. But
>LC on a Mac is ‘just flawed’. And from the catalogue of faults I’ve binge
>read from the last couple of weeks posts it seems it’s a cross platform
>LC 9 is simply not ready, is still Beta and is an embarrassment. Any new
>customer that would come their way would immediately abandon LC based on
>frustration and limitation. There seems no sense to it. Did they not
>actually test it for real before they released it? I have a feeling they
>put far too much trust in their automated tests and don’t do nearly enough
>manual real world testing to see how their dev env works. Especially the
>script editor for goodness sake, the very heart of the coding environment!
>Sean Cole
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