Yes - very interesting that the capability to use LiveCode to extend the platform is a possibility. Thanks to you all for your input.jacque wrote: ↑Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:20 pmI think the main point here is that LC is infinitely customizable. All its parts are built with the same tools you use to create your own stacks, so if you don't like a certain behavior you can customize it as you please. Some things are more challenging than others and require you to be familiar with the copious scripts that run the IDE, but add-ons like Bernd provided are independent and easier to implement. Nothing is set in stone, and if you do create a change you'd like to see as a permanent solution to the IDE, you can submit it to the team and they will consider it.
I think most of us who use LC have created personal tools, shortcuts, and behaviors that make our work easier. Some users have created entire alternate IDEs that largely replace the one you're using now. You aren't limited to only what you get out of the box.
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