New TinderBox user here–and I think I just tripped over the lamp cord while trying to plug it in. Help would be appreciated!
When I attempt to open TinderBox it just “hangs”. I think this is because of a rule I created that is probably poorly crafted. I’m trying to determine if there’s a way to disable rules from running so I can open up a document and delete the rule before it runs.
I started down this path because I wanted container viewports to default to showing the center of their interior. After perusing the Forum, I came across @mwra’s Reference article which addressed the viewport and suggested rules could be used to fix the $InteriorScale, $MapScroll X, and $MapScroll Y.
I figured “what could go wrong?” and selected a single container. I displayed the attributes $InteriorScale, $MapScroll X, and $MapScroll Y and then dragged the Viewport until I was satisfied with how it looked. I then displayed the $Rule attribute and (again, “what could go wrong?”) attempted to hammer out a rule. I think I typed something along the lines of “$InteriorScale = 5; $MapScroll X=16.0; and $MapScroll Y=-6.2”.
My cursor shifted to the pinwheel. I figured it just needed time to process, so stepped away for a few minutes. When I got back, TinderBox had “stopped responding.” Every time I open TinderBox it “stops responding” almost immediately–certainly faster than I can select the note and delete the rule.
I do not want to abandon this TinderBox document: its got everything. Is there a way I can pause all rules before they attempt to run? Thanks in advance!