Updated on: Apr 13, 2010
This lesson will show you how to share one set of controls across multiple cards. Using the same controls on multiple cards makes it much easier to make changes as you only have to update the controls in one place.
Updated on: Sep 14, 2010
I have an old laptop at home, which over the years has taken quite a beating and has everything (including the kitchen sink) installed on it. As a result, it now takes the best part of 30 minutes just to boot up. I don't want to re-format the drive and re-install windows as there is a bun...
Updated on: Nov 22, 2012
Hangman is a fun and simple game that everyone knows how to play. This tutorial will show how easy it is to create a Hangman game in LiveCode.
Creating a game is a great way of starting out with LiveCode as it covers many features
* Using basic controls; buttons, fields and gr...
Updated on: May 21, 2012
In LiveCode the use of groups of controls allows us to write general UI controls that can be easily extended by editing the content of the individual groups, without affecting any overall functionality. This lesson is about writing a blind effect, where one can click on a blind pane such that ...
Updated on: Nov 22, 2010
One of the most useful features of LiveCode is the ability to group controls and view them as a single object. In this lesson, we demonstrate how to use a group as an custom control in LiveCode, while constructing a scrollbar.