Is there a way to use custom icons in the navbar widget?
brian at milby7.com
Mon Jun 17 13:19:09 EDT 2019
For sharing, I would suggest (possibly in addition to sample stacks) that people set up a GitHub repo. Even though you can’t easily see changes in binary stacks, commit notes can explain the changes. Be sure to use the livecode tag to make projects easily found there.
If you want to expose the scripts, use ScriptTracker to export them before each commit. Then those following the project can see how the scripts evolved. This does not require conversion of the project to use script only stacks even though the exported scripts are formatted with that possible use in mind. If we can get enough repos out there we may even be able to get LiveCode script added as a language.
On Jun 17, 2019, 12:03 PM -0400, hh via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>, wrote:
> > I wrote:
> > It is a "HTML5 Native Button", similar to the platform related "androidbutton"
> > or "iosbutton" widgets. Here is the source code
> > https://github.com/livecode/livecode/tree/develop/extensions/widgets
> > This is good to know for people who give advices relating LC to Webdesign,
> Let me explain my last statement a bit. It is mainly meant to note
> = how much work the creation of a single native HTML5 control requires,
> = how far away doing webdesign with LC is away from the current state.
> TMHO, there is simply no way for LC to concur with the big companies with that.
> This is not doable with a few people only.
> Concurring within the always changing main stream will, presumably, never make LC
> grow. Specializing instead on elsewhere unavailable features, as is currently
> done with LCFM for Android, sounds more promising.
> The other developing "branches" of LC can profit from that.
> Though some features that Roland requests in his last post may become available
> with the already announced CSS widget.
> And if more people who can afford it share their fancy controls, no matter how
> these are derived, then we will get a big base for starters.
> LivecodeShare ("Sample stacks" from the toolbar or http://livecodeshare.runrev.com)
> is good for that. "Sample stacks" is very easy to use and downloads are fast.
> Yes, you can only upload stacks ... But as we all know, stacks can contain a lot of
> things for sharing. Especially zips, sample groups or simply sample scripts.
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