Late fixes (was Re: [Etoys] [BUG] Event playback)
alan.kay at squeakland.org
Wed Oct 25 10:38:57 EDT 2006
I agree. Thanks to all.
At 07:22 AM 10/25/2006, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>They intend build 124, which will be made today, to be declared
>stable if tested okay:
>This means today's build *might* be the one. It's likely there will
>be more, but we should not rely on it. But all in all I think we are
>indeed in good shape.
>- Bert -
>Am 25.10.2006 um 14:43 schrieb Alan Kay:
>>Also, I don't think fixes and changes are too late for BTest.
>>That's what this week is about (and, as Jim hinted, they might very
>>well slip a little also).
>>At 10:35 PM 10/24/2006, Takashi Yamamiya wrote:
>>>Oh, sorry, I realize that I did some stupid thing!
>>>I put fixed version 1104SpTransForSplash3-tak.cs in the stream and
>>>I happened to include a reference of previous project in
>>>a button in the Welcome project. So it works with only an image, but
>>>not with others. I've never thought a project reference is related.
>>>Thank you so much!
>>>Andreas Raab wrote:
>>>>Takashi Yamamiya wrote:
>>>>>> Yes, it should return to the parent project to present these
>>>>>>dialogs. (And, it should stay there even if the user cancels the
>>>>>I was trying to do that. But I didn't find out reliable way to
>>>>>file dialog on the parent project. So I have not uploaded it yet.
>>>>>Sometimes owner of the dialog becomes weird StringMorph which
>>>>>worldMorph of a different world'' that was not...' instead of a
>>>>Ted would be the right person to ask about this. I vaguely
>>>>remember that he once explained to me that this happens when you
>>>>try to write a reference in a project that points to another
>>>>world. I don't remember the exact details though so I'm hoping he
>>>>might chime in.
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