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09-11-2012 08:30 PM
That's the issue then.
If you add the following to your shortcut for Chrome it should let you load files locally.
09-12-2012 09:24 AM
Find your shortcut for Google Chrome, right-click it, and select PROPERTIES
In the TARGET field add the following:
Here's what mine entire target shortcut looks like for reference:
plication\chrome.exe --enable-extensions --allow-file-access-from-files
Now that you've got that added, launch Chrome then click on the little wrench icon in the top right of the toolbar. Select Tools > Extensions
Where it lists Ripple, click the check-box that says "Allow access to file URLs".
When you close, and re-launch Chrome you should now be able to load Ripple in a local environment
09-12-2012 12:15 PM
Great got it to be able to be enabled for a local file now, but now it wont read the config.xml file and it still just does the blue flash on the button when pressing any build option and nothing happens after. Any ideas on getting that config file to show up? it is in the root directory, it worked when on the web server just fine, but not local server.
09-13-2012 03:49 PM
If all your files are stored locally and you're running it in Ripple, it should be loading the config.xml just fine.
I would recomend trying to disable/re-enable Ripple, and even clicking the change platform button (which has helped me deal with some browser caching frustrations in the past).
09-16-2012 01:52 PM
That's not working for me. I even tried it on all 3 of my computers and am having no luck, even with the helloworld example which has the config file in it I am still getting the message
"Expected to find a configuration file for your application, but none is present. Please create a configuration file with the following name in the root directory of your application: undefined"
09-16-2012 02:28 PM
okay got that to work, but changing the folder of the file to the inetpub/wwwroot folder and running it on localhost. but still just the blue flash when trying to package at all. No dots appearing beside it or progress reports, or errors, no nothing, just the blue blink of the button
09-16-2012 04:06 PM
okay finally got it to work, stupid me.
So first of all I was screwing up because I should of used the new ripple, but I was using the old one of the extensions site because I couldn't figure out how to put the new one off developer.blackberry.com/html5 onto chrome (which you simply open up the extensions in chrome and drag the file you downloaded into the extensions section of chrome)
next I was screwing up with the author.p12 file, so had to redo that and voilla it is good now.
Thanks again for all your help and fast responses