Oh! I understand now. Thanks for the explanation!
2012/7/17 Tudor Girba <tudor(a)tudorgirba.com>
Transmissions are always sent between ports belonging to panes that are
either inside the browser or to the outside pane that surounds the current
So, you have to send from the inner browser to an outside port, and then
create another transmission in the surrounding browser.
The simplest way to figure out what you need to define is to draw your
browser. This is why we have this notation:
For transmissions, please read this:
On 17 Jul 2012, at 22:30, Santiago Vidal wrote:
> I'm trying to define this transmission:
> browser transmit to: #one port: #selection; from: #two; transformed: [:x
| x-2 ].
> The problem is that #one and #two are not defined in the same browser.
Specifically, #two is defined into a browser that is added to the browser
in which #one is defined usign something like:
> a custom: MyBrowser browser.
> How can I define the transmission? Thanks in advance,
> Santiago Vidal
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