Can it be possible to introduce an app preference that would allow us to chose the % of the design window when it open’s all the time. Now the design window open at 79% so each time I have to select 100% for the design window.
Would it be practical to have the list of sound in alphabetic order. It would be faster to locate a sound that we ad a couple of days before.
This is planned for version 3.5 scheduled for release towards the end of this year or beginning of next year.
I downloaded the latest version of InteractBuilder, and as mentioned deleted interactapp.rdb file from app folder. When I click on app icon from Manage tab, it creates a new interactapp.rdb file with zero bytes and nothing happens after that, when I click on the app icon again it shows following error:
InteractBuilder Version: 4.0 Build 382
Device: MacBook Air
Processor: Intel Core i5
Memory: 4 GB
An error occurred while accessing the database.
An error occurred while accessing the database.
Database Error: no such table: AppProps
Query: SELECT Value FROM AppProps WHERE Property='MemberAppID'
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card id 1002 of stack "/Applications/InteractBuilder.app/Contents/MacOS/Local Components/Data/InteractBuilder.livecode",LoadApp,1267,button id 1007 of group id 1010 of card id 1002 of stack "Behaviors" of stack "/Applications/InteractBuilder.app/Contents/MacOS/Local Components/Data/InteractBuilder.livecode"
stack "libApp" of stack "/Applications/InteractBuilder.app/Contents/MacOS/Local Components/Data/InteractBuilder.livecode",ibTransDB,10070
stack "libApp" of stack "/Applications/InteractBuilder.app/Contents/MacOS/Local Components/Data/InteractBuilder.livecode",CheckDBErr,10012
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Please consider widening the page number panel at the top so if you have alot of pages the numbers aren't running together making it hard to distinguish between the pages. See attached screenshot. This will make selecting a page easier when developing. (I realize one may not need this many pages but if one wants to create a robust user experience sometimes it's necessary). Thanks for considering this.
This will be fixed in version 3.2.2
(Bug Ticket #802)
As Houston Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow looks for ways to upgrade his pitching staff at Major League Baseball s non waiver trade deadline, he reminds himself daily that he is operating from a position of strength.
We re not going to overpay dramatically, because we re not in a situation where we have to, Luhnow told ESPN at Citizens Bank Park. We have a pretty good team, and if we can improve it without giving up too much of our future http://www.astrosfanaticsjersey.com/evan-gattis-jersey-c-15.html, we will.
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow will make a move to upgrade the team s pitching staff if he can do so without drastically overpaying, he said Wednesday. Scott Halleran/Getty Images
The Astros entered Wednesday s series finale against the Phillies with a 67 33 record and a 17 game lead over the second place Seattle Mariners in the American League West. They ve been fueled by an offense that leads the majors in runs, hits, doubles, home runs, total bases and OPS.
Houston s pitching also has been effective, with a lot less national acclaim. The Astros rank first among the 30 MLB clubs with 1,018 strikeouts, and they re second in batting average against .234 and ERA 3.98 . Staff ace Dallas Keuchel will return from a neck injury on Friday and join Collin McHugh and http://www.astrosfanaticsjersey.com/carlos-correa-jersey-c-17.html Lance McCullers Jr. in the rotation for a three game road series against the Detroit Tigers.
Houston has been mentioned in speculation as a potential landing spot for Yu Darvish and Sonny Gray, the two most coveted starters available in advance of Monday s 4 p.m. deadline. If the Astros add a starter, it most likely will be someone who is accomplished enough to slot in with Keuchel and McCullers at the beginning of a playoff series.
Luhnow also has the postseason in mind as he scours the relief market. The Astros have been scouting Tigers left hander Justin Wilson, San Diego Padres lefty Brad Hand and several other options.
Houston manager A.J. Hinch has received a lot of mileage out of his middle and back end of the rotation starters. Mike Fiers went 6 3 with a 2.51 ERA over a span of 12 starts entering Wednesday s outing against the Phillies. Brad Peacock has struck out 97 batters in 71⅓ innings as a starter and reliever. And Charlie Morton threw seven innings of three hit, shutout ball in a 5 0 victory over the Phillies on Tuesday.
One of those three pitchers will have to shift to the bullpen now that McHugh and Keuchel are back from the disabled list. Peacock, the most versatile member of the group, appears to be the leading candidate to pitch in relief.
Luhnow made it clear the Astros are aiming high in their deadline discussions with teams.
I think if we are going to acquire a starting pitcher http://www.astrosfanaticsjersey.com/jose-altuve-jersey-c-16.html, that person is going to have to be a clear upgrade to the group [we have], and that s a very small list of pitchers, Luhnow said. To a certain extent, that makes things a little bit easier.
Right now, the rotation is healthy. Whoever we get Tony Sipp Jersey, we re not acquiring them to help us win the division. We re acquiring them to help us in the postseason. It s a very advantageous position to be able to focus on that exclusively. That s what we re doing.
We continue our mid season organization reviews with a look at the
Oakland Athletics Top 20 Prospects from the beginning of 2017. The index
for other team reviews can be found here.
This list was originally published January 9th, 2017.
1 Franklin Barreto, INF, Grade A Age 21, hitting .270/.316/.418 with
19 walks, 101 strikeouts in 311 at bats in Triple A; hit .190 with a
pair of homers in 42 MLB at bats during brief trial; showing good pop
and steady glove but hitting approach has deteriorated in Triple A; I
think he’ll adjust but he needs more time.
2 A.J. Puk, LHP, Grade B Age 22, first round pick from University of
Florida in 2016; 3.97 ERA in 79 innings between High A and Double A,
117/33 K/BB, 60 hits; blistering stuff but command remains erratic;
stock steady, high upside.
3 Jharel Cotton, RHP, Grade B/B Age 25, 20th round pick by the
Dodgers in 2012 from East Carolina University, traded to Athletics in
Josh Reddick and Rich Hill deal; 14 starts in MLB with 5.17 ERA in 77
innings, 67/32 K/BB, on disabled list with blister right now;
inconsistent but I still like his chances to be an above average starter
if they remain patient with him.
4 Matt Chapman, 3B, Grade B/B Age 24, first round pick in 2014 from
Cal State Fullerton; hit .257/.348/.589 in 175 Triple A at bats,
promoted to majors and hitting .200/.273/.440 so far in 50 at bats;
excellent defense with power http://www.athleticsfanaticsjersey.com/jake-smolinski-jersey-c-24.html, don’t expect much batting average but the superb glove buys him a lot of slack.
5 Frankie Montas, RHP, Grade B Age 24, acquired from Dodgers in the
Reddick/Hill deal; 6.91 ERA in 29 major league bullpen innings with
30/15 K/BB; that got him sent back to Triple A where he’s moved back
into a starting role; still has high long term potential and like Cotton
he needs innings and experience to adjust.
6 Grant Holmes, RHP, Grade B/B Age 21, first round pick by Dodgers
in 2014 , another part of the Hill/Reddick deal; 4.92 ERA in 97 Double A
innings, 117 hits, 96/38 K/BB; results haven’t matched the stuff due to
command and mechanical inconsistency http://www.athleticsfanaticsjersey.com/billy-butler-jersey-c-25.html, still quite young of course.
7 Daniel Gossett, RHP, Grade B/B Age 24, second round pick in 2014
out of Clemson, strong in Triple A 3.41 ERA in 61 innings, 54/19 K/BB
promoted to majors and has varied between very good and very bad, 5.79
ERA in 37 innings with 23/6 K/BB overall; like Cotton and Montas, he has
the ability to be an above average starter but needs to find his legs.
8 Matt Olson, 1B OF, Grade B Age 23, hit .267/.363/.554 in Triple A,
promoted to majors and hit .184/.310/.449, back in minors now but will
return to MLB later in the year, no real change in profile,
power/patience mix remains intriguing.
9 Renato Nunez, 3B 1B, Grade B Age 23; Hitting .250/.308/.534 in
Triple A with 24 homers, 26 walks, 102 strikeouts; more serious contact
issues than Olson and less patient but matches or even exceeds http://www.athleticsfanaticsjersey.com/john-axford-jersey-c-1.html him in raw power; stock steady.
10 Norge Ruiz, RHP, Grade B Age 23, Cuban right hander signed for
2,000,000 in December; just getting into action in the California League
with 2.81 ERA in 16 innings, 12/5 K/BB over three starts, will be key
guy to watch in the second half.
11 Logan Shore, RHP, Grade B Age 22, second round pick in 2016 from
University of Florida; limited to 35 innings in High A by a lat strain,
3.12 ERA with 32/6 K/BB, showing expected polish; he was looking ready
for Double A until getting hurt.
12 Daulton Jefferies, RHP, Grade B Age 21, comp round pick in 2016 from University of California; made two starts in Billy Burns Jersey High A then had Tommy John surgery in late April.
13 Max Schrock, 2B , Grade B Age 22, 15th round pick in 2015 by
Natonals from University of South Carolina, traded to Athletics last
August; hitting .300/.357/.412 with 22 walks, 27 strikeouts in 260 at
bats in Double A; very reliable defense with only two errors; needs more
attention than he’s received.
14 Raul Alcantara, RHP, Grade C Age 24, made team out of spring
training but got crushed and gave up 15 runs in seven innings; out
righted to Triple A then ended up on the disabled list, just started
rehab work in rookie ball; given arm strength he’ll get more chances.
15 Lazaro Armenteros, OF, Grade C Age 18, Cuban signed last summer
for 3,000,000; just getting started in rookie ball, hitting
.305/.385/.508 in 59 at bats so far, obviously a good start; has the
tools to rank much higher once we get a better idea how those tools
translate into performance and how much he needs to refine skills; I’m
rather high on him.
Atlanta Braves v Oakland Athletics
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16 Bruce Maxwell, C, Grade C Age 26, second round pick in 2012 from
Birmingham Southern; hitting .282/.386/.380 in 71 major league at bats;
very strong defense; this looks legitimate to me.
17 Chad Pinder, INF, Grade C Age 25, hit .234/.289/.490 in 145 major
league at bats until going down with hamstring injury; this seems like
his true level of skill, good power with versatile defense and poor OBP.
18 Richie Martin, SS, Grade C Age 22, first round pick in 2015 from
University of Florida; hitting .209/.293/.310 in Double A with 10
steals; impressive defense and can swipe a base but extreme lack of
power/strength hold him back; utility role in the future unless the
19 Heath Fillmyer, RHP; Grade C Age 23, fifth round pick in 2014
from Mercer Junior College; 4.01 ERA in 92 innings in Double A, 68/39
K/BB, 104 hits; not a great season; stuff may play up if he moves to
bullpen down the road.
Ask questions about any of these guys, anyone else not written up
pre season, and 2017 draftees and I’ll answer in the comments section.
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