I have one question about 4.0...

How on earth do you get it to display a message to the world now if you have a new interface set up? I've tried everything I possibly can, I just can't figure the damned thing out. I've looked in the help section, I've tried various ways to do it. I know it's something to do with the "output box" object for the interfaces, anybody care to show me a new way to display a message (like say) to the world?
You make an output box and an input box.

Set the output box to default. Then, for the input box, give it the same old code: world << "my message"


Use the output() proc.

world << output("My MEssage", "MyOutputControlName")
Meh, I figured it out before you posted :P
Oh that's what everyone says.
Why did they have to over complicate things? >_>
It's not overcomplicated. It's very easy. You just have to get used to it.

Testing team has been at it for a couple of months now. So we know our stuff. <.<
There is an easier way to handle it. If you want old-fashioned output, all you have to do is check default on any output box out there (in your window that is). Bam, you get old-fashioned output. (at least from what I learned on my own, which I'm still figuring out the interface deal)