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AndyP
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TinyIDE - update

Post by AndyP » Sat Aug 12, 2017 6:26 pm

An update to TinyIDE is available

Fixes 3 bugs.

1. Controls not being correctly deleted and copied to TinyIDE from The LiveCode IDE.

2. Incorrect display of controls in the scrolling region of TinyIDE.

3. Save failing..setting not being retained.

http://2108.co.uk/tinyide/
Andy Piddock

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bogs
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Re: TinyIDE - update

Post by bogs » Sat Aug 12, 2017 11:25 pm

It really works a treat Andy! Awesome job. I do have a nit to pick with your file name though... after I downloaded it, the file says "revTinyIDE-1.zip" lol I thought I had accidently downloaded a previous version ! :roll:
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Re: TinyIDE - update

Post by AndyP » Sun Aug 13, 2017 10:49 am

Thanks for pointing out the filename error....corrected.
Andy Piddock

http://2108.co.uk/tinyide/ - TinyIDE gives you more space to develop your ideas

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Re: TinyIDE - update

Post by bogs » Sun Aug 13, 2017 2:25 pm

I feel bad I wasn't more specific in the previous post. You had been naming the zips great, heres my directory holding them for reference.
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Putting the number of the distro into the zip files name helps people avoid over writing the previous files (in case they need to roll back for whatever reason), and having a standard format for naming allows them to archive quite easily as well as making sure they don't have some errant incorrect version, like what I thought at first :)

While it is true I can rename to whatever I want (and often do just that) I would appreciate it if you name them with at least a version following format :D

I do love your bar on the laptop, cocktails at 8 :mrgreen:
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