Hmm... I converted to standalone a stack that basically had a script that
said on openStack to go to the stack I wanted. It did go to the stack, but
it's expecting some resources that are no longer available. I also
converted a home stack with the go to stack command, and it got a little
further, but still didn't work properly. I am guessing a standalone
applescript would work best, but I don't have a clue on how to make one.
On Sat, Aug 16, 2014 at 4:29 AM, Uli Kusterer Witness.of.TeachText@[redacted].net[HyperCard] <HyperCard-Mailing-List> wrote:
> On 15 Aug 2014, at 05:11, DTS daretospam@[redacted].com[HyperCard] <
> HyperCard-Mailing-List> wrote:
> Is it possible to save a standalone app from a stack that opens a stack?
> Spelunx for example consists of several stacks, so I'm not sure if saving
> as a standalone would change how it runs. I am not familiar with
> AppleScript and the system is a minimal install for an LCIII+.
> Sure. That's how the original Myst worked. Each level was a separate
> stack. Note that this doesn't put all those stacks into the standalone
> application. There can only be one stack in a standalone. This stack
> behaves just like the home stack would (i.e. its script is automatically in
> the message path, and "Go Home" brings you back to it).
> However, you can "go" to other stacks just like in regular HyperCard. You
> can even set a custom type code (and creator code, obviously) for these
> stacks and any others created using "New Stack" so they'll behave like
> documents of your application.
> -- Uli
> "The Witnesses of TeachText are everywhere..."