inboxDir = the moviepath & "inbox" & pd
attachmentDir = the moviepath & "inbox_attachments"
cnt = count(pop.pMails)
global tSubject = popObj.getSubject(cnt)
put global tSubject into member 20
it was saying "Variable used before variable assigned" before
I basically put global in front of everything. Now it's saying
comma expected and it's not letting me pull up the debugger at all.
You can successfully get all of the handlers by [put
script("POP").handlers() ] and getSubject is definately one of
them. I basically want to take the result of getSubject and put it
into a text field sprite (member 20). Can anyone out there help me?
You have a number of errors in your script. The debugger will
only work if director encounters an error while running. If your
script has basic syntax errors, then it won't run at all, and so
you can't use the debugger.
First, you only need to declare a variable 'global' once, at
the top of your script, not each time you use the variable, so
delete all occurrences of 'global' except your first.
Second, You're referring to a variable called 'popObj', which
isn't referenced anywhere else. This is probably your "used before
assigned" problem. Did you mean to write 'pop' instead of 'popObj'
With those two errors fixed, you can now run your movie and
debug any run-time errors which might remain! :-)