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    how to move code library from one computer to another

    used to know - forgot
    Cole Custom Programming - Terrell, Texas
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    #2
    Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

    You can right click in the code tab of the control panel and choose Export (then Import on the other end).
    There can be only one.

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      #3
      Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

      When you are inside (for example) a form in design mode, and you right click on a button, and pick 'onpush,' you get the code for that event - but at the top of the screen when you click tasks, in the dropdown, you can select 'code library.'

      That is what I want to move/export-import from one computer to another.
      Cole Custom Programming - Terrell, Texas
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        #4
        Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

        https://www.alphasoftware.com/docume...%20Library.xml
        There can be only one.

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          #5
          Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

          I think he is referring to this code library

          I found mine under C:\a5V12\Code_Libraries
          Robin

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            #6
            Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

            well, I tried that, but no success - it puts the default values, not the added values, like you have say 25 scripts that you use often and you put them there - not sure where "there" is!
            Cole Custom Programming - Terrell, Texas
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              #7
              Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

              I sent you a PM Mike, but forget it, Robin has it covered.
              Export/Import is the only way I have got it to work.

              Edit.

              As a test, I copied the code lib and renamed it. Put back in the folder C:\a5V12\Code_Libraries
              Right Click in the Code Panel when the code is visible, "Set Active Code Library".
              That should pick up the one you want.
              So, it should be possible to copy the lib with code in it, onto the new machine and select it.
              Last edited by Ted Giles; 10-12-2017, 05:07 AM.
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                #8
                Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

                Well, I finally got it! It was there all the time, and I found it by right clicking in the code library:

                In the interactive window type
                ?a5_getcodelibraryfolder()
                = "C:\Users\martin\AppData\Roaming\Alpha Software\Alpha Anywhere Version 12\code_libraries"

                Do this on both computers and then - copy the folder from the old to the new - via email or logmein, etc.
                Cole Custom Programming - Terrell, Texas
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                  Re: how to move code library from one computer to another

                  There's lots of cool stuff that can be done with a right click.
                  See our Hybrid Option here;
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