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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    What I think is you should have a sever pass and login thing under the vitalize section of your app so you can save file on your serever just like you would on your computer. I'm not sure if it's possible, but it would save everyones problems as of now. :crazy:
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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    i dont really understand the ini part at the very begining of the post.

    wont the ini++ work too?

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    I was so excited to see my English teaching program run in a web browser, but it's not 100%. It's missing some text on the screen. Please vitalize it as I'm sure it's because that text extension is not vilized yet. I'll see which it is and put it here! wow, cause text extensions should be priority. Maybe I should use another that is supported but which? does anyone know? it's funny that sometimes the text shows and sometimes it doesn't. Could it be that I'm using a text object that is vitalized and the one that's not showing is not vitalized? thanks!

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    If an object in a vitalize app is not vitalized, the vitalize app will not even load in the first place.
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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    This problem is a bug from what I hear from others. It appears that some strings are made invisible for no reason whatsoever.

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    Re: Limitations of Vitalize! applications

    It's the Rich Edit Object that is playing hide and go seek with Vitalize! I think RickyRombo is right. I'm yet to test the Formated Text Object in place of the Rich Edit Object. I had chosen the Rich Edit Object because it is editable within MMF2's property window. And the Formated Text Object is not. I chose it for convenience, but little did I know it would play Ghost on Vitalize! Some of it appears, some of it doesn't. Here's the link to my program so you can see this ghostly prank! http://www.aloanmoreira.com/icba2600.html

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