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More revLet questions

Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 9:35 pm
by shadowslash
Question 1:
How do I open my custom palette stack inside a revLet? I tried it and nothing appears. Also, i'm aware that the modal command isn't allowed in revLets because of possible problems that may occur due to bad programming but I took a look at the palette command and found out that it's supported on the Desktop and Web. (As shown on revDocs in 4.0.0-gm-1.) I tried a simple test, a main stack with a substack w/c will be called via palette command. It doesn't work. I already have the latest version of the revWeb plugin (Build 950 am I right?) but the palette stack still wouldn't show.

Question 2:
Has there been issues with others who try to use their revLets in Google Chrome for Windows? Mine doesn't seem to go anywhere besides loading a black box the same size as my revLet. This is the link to my revLet. Please tell me if anything has something to do with it. I tried it on IE and Firefox. It worked on both. Can anybody also confirm this for the other OSes other than Windows?

Question 3:
Where can I get the latest build for the Linux version of the revWeb plugin? I know there is a link to it before it went unavailable. Can anybody share with me a copy of that plugin? I know that the latest one is still in-process of making but I just need a plugin for Linux for my users. Thank you for those who will share their copy of the Linux revWeb plugin.

Re: More revLet questions

Posted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 7:23 am
by acidjazz
Shadowslash,
I can confirm that revlets do not work on Google Chrome -- at least not on Vista or XP -- and haven't for a couple of months now. I could swear that they used to work. I don't know which update broke it, but it definitely does not work on Chrome for windows.
Mark

Re: More revLet questions

Posted: Wed Dec 30, 2009 9:19 pm
by shadowslash
acidjazz wrote:Shadowslash,
I can confirm that revlets do not work on Google Chrome -- at least not on Vista or XP -- and haven't for a couple of months now. I could swear that they used to work. I don't know which update broke it, but it definitely does not work on Chrome for windows.
Mark
Darn! And there I thought that it does function on chrome! I use it on chrome before and it's a pity that some later update broke it's compatibility. Are there any plans on fixing it in the near future?