aws variables from js issue

From this thread on the aware list.

There is a bug in Authorware 7 where accessing the values of aws user variables in javascript (through the aw object) can return incorrect values. This only occurs in the destination file of a JumpFile() or JumpFileReturn(). According to Jamil, this is due to the fact that internal to Authorware the lookups for custom variables are referenced by index. The work around is to use Eval().

JZ also mentioned that this will be fixed in the next release (7.03, 7.5, 8.0 ??)…


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