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Old 01-23-2009, 11:03 AM   #1
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Callbacks problem


For some reason callbacks behave differently when excuted from a script then when executed from the listener window. The problem i am having is when assigning a fileIn #filePostOpen callback. The callback refuses to load the script when i ser the callback from script, but it works fine when i do the same thing in the listener window.

callbacks.addscript #filePostOpen fileName:("path...") id:#new persistent: true

I get a callback fileIn exception when i set the callback from script.

Anyone know why this happens or a good workaround?


Old 01-23-2009, 12:29 PM   #2
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think we might need more information than that.. what's the script you're trying to set it in?

the below worked fine, at least...

-- just a file to work with f = createFile "$temp\\" format "print \"TESTING, 1 2 3\"" to: f close f -- set up callback in listener callbacks.addscript #filePostOpen fileName:("$temp\\") id:#new persistent: true -- save the max file saveMaxFile "t.max" -- load the max file loadMaxFile "t.max" "TESTING, 1 2 3" true -- hey presto -- remove the callbacks callbacks.removescripts() saveMaxFile "t.max" -- make sure it's gone loadMaxFile "t.max" true -- good, good -- now for a non-listener test... a button! rollout roll_test "test" ( button btn_test "test" on btn_test pressed do ( callbacks.addscript #filePostOpen fileName:("$temp\\") id:#new persistent: true ) ) createDialog roll_test -- press button here -- ... -- no errors, let's continue saveMaxFile "t.max" loadMaxFile "t.max" "TESTING, 1 2 3" true -- hooray!
Old 01-23-2009, 12:37 PM   #3
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The script is saved to a network address


Using "doesFileExists" results in true however setting a callback with that path using a script gives me callback filein exceptions.
Old 01-26-2009, 09:25 PM   #4
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In the end i decided to not use an external script but instead build the script into the callback. I never found out why i couldn't get the ms file to load properly.
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