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I've done quite a bit of work with the MUS xtra, but I write all of my
getNetErrorString(-2147216214) returns "No current connection" as
expected for me.
Macromedia long ago ceased further development of the MUS Xtra and left
us with poor documentation and scant few examples. I always thought this
was unfortunate but I suppose it just wasn't something that many
developers had a need for.
you try using native Lingo code instead. There are a couple of MUS gurus
that post here from time to time. Perhaps one of them might have a solution.
it's not the multiuserXtra that's causing it.
than -1073741823 ( -1073741824, 5 etc) is treated by director as a float -
and therefore, passed as a float (or double, to be more accurate) argument
to any Xtra, and probably to any internal function.
If this is the only issue you have with the Xtra, then you can store all
error codes in a [code:string] proplist, and create your custom handler for
retrieving the error string from that list.
Let me know if you need those codes.
"Zen Seven" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi everyone,
> director scripts? Specifically ones that incorporate the Multiuser Xtra? I
> this feeling that I'm alone here with all the lack of support and examples
> the internet regarding this.
> Now my main problem - there seems to be a bug in the Multiuser Xtra
> since doing the following causes an error:
> var errText = connection.getNetErrorString(-2147216214);
> That should return a string "No current connection". However I get a error
> dialog popping up saying "integer expected", stating that the value that
> passing is -2147216214.000, a float. Using parseInt() to force the number
> to an
> Has anyone encountered this? Does anybody have a work around?
> Thanks in advance!
Thank you very much for the responses!