[Xerte] Re: xerte desktop screensize question
d_b_burnett at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 27 18:36:53 GMT 2014
>where do the files go when you select ‘File’ ‘Publish’ on the desktop version?
In the same directory as the .rlo you are publishing.
From: knowledgeware at kccsoft.com
To: xerte at lists.nottingham.ac.uk
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 10:15:45 -0800
Subject: [Xerte] xerte desktop screensize question
Nearly complete my first major desktop app but it’s resisting being released, fighting like a cornered chinchilla. In the LO icon properties I have stageSize set to 975,731. This works when it is ‘previewed’ but not when I put the files on a webserver and run them. In this case the lower navigation buttons are cut off, the screen is not deep or wide enough. The page loading the LO is set in size with js, the page setting seems fine, but the xerte file itself is too small and somehow being cut off. Is there another setting other than the LO ‘stateSize’ I need to set? Possibly related – where do the files go when you select ‘File’ ‘Publish’ on the desktop version? In the help file it appears to be Documents and Settings, but on windows 7 that’s locked, and searching doesn’t turn up any published files (like rloObject.htm). The ‘Publish’ setting in my C:\Program Files\Xerte directory doesn’t change. The RLO itself is sitting on a network drive, not on the local machine. Is the screen size screwed up because I may be missing the publish files? Thanks for any suggestions!RonM2
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