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Re: YouTube tutorials poll

#71 Post by Ralph » Tue Feb 19, 2019 2:46 pm

There's indeed only the hardware left, then it is done.

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Re: YouTube tutorials poll

#72 Post by tomjon24 » Fri Mar 22, 2019 1:22 am

Since I bought a product that needs to be configured for LUA and I have no clue on how to do it.
To give you an example, Adding images to the code,
"If you have not already set a default code editor for Lua files then do so in your operating system." How do I do that?
And I have found many other things that I think the author of the manual takes for granted.
I am sure you would sell a lot more copies .
I feel like I have over $100.00 worth of software that I can not use.

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Re: YouTube tutorials poll

#73 Post by Sling » Fri Mar 22, 2019 2:58 am

Hi,

This is really an operating system related thing rather than specifically AM. You associate lua files with an editor the same way you associated a jpg file with a certain image/graphics program. It’s obviously dependent on what operating system you are using.

In windows for instance you can click on any lua file and do a right click then open with. It will give a list of programs and a button to browse your computer if the program you want to use does not appear in the list.

All that said the imminent next release AM 3.5 contains an in built code editor for simple code development.

I hope this helps.

Tony
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Re: YouTube tutorials poll

#74 Post by jedeen » Fri Mar 22, 2019 11:04 am

Hi,
"If you have not already set a default code editor for Lua files then do so in your operating system." How do I do that?
Simply download Notepad++ and install it. Take the 32bit version, some plugins won't work with the 64bit version.
Notepad++ will be your main editor, although AM 3.5 beta has a inbuilt one, for a better overview you also need Notepad++
Advice: start with AM 3.4 and then work your way up to 3.5 beta.
The beta version are free for owners of AM 3.4 :D

Once you have done that, download a simple free instrument from the shop, load the logic.lua file into the editor and study it.
That's how I started with Lua 2,5 years ago ;)

Have fun
Jedeen

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