kresten wrote:Sorry, I still can't make it work.
The standalones just opens the Diary.livecode file even if livecode is closed
I'm sorry kresten, maybe I was not clear enough in my explanation of how it is supposed to work, what your describing is indeed what is supposed to happen, i.e. -
The launcher is the executable that starts the program
...It launches the stack you want to be the working program, in your case, Diary.livecode
... Diary.livecode is supposed to contain all the working elements and code, and can be saved to itself since it is not the executable.
... The launcher is at most supposed to be like an introduction screen, after it has launched the stack file, it has done its job and should go away. You can of course code it to minimize instead, or alternately minimize while you are working on it in the IDE and change that to make it go away for distribution.
kresten wrote:Somehow, in my frustrations, I erased Launcher, and dont find a way to re-incorporate that in the project and application browsers.
I am assuming you mean it disappears when you open it, and not that you have actually deleted the file.
... If you are in the IDE when testing it, you may have to stop messages, then go to 'File/ Open stack (or recent) and re-open it. At that point, you should be able to bring it up in the project and application browsers. Remember to turn the messages back on once you have the stack open.
If you have actually deleted the file, simply make another one, this should be very easy since there should only be a very few lines of code in the stack or card section