Björnke von Gierke
bvg at mac.com
Fri Feb 7 19:44:01 CST 2003
Actually, "startup" is a valid message which gets send to your
application when it... starts up! o_O
If you want to use it in the stack (not builded), then you might want
to use "openStack" or "preopenStack" instead. (or "preopenCard", or
"preopenBackground" what ever fits your need best :-] )
On Freitag, Feb 7, 2003, at 23:16 Europe/Zurich, erik hansen wrote:
> --- Jan Schenkel <janschenkel at yahoo.com> wrote:
> thanks, this makes it simple.
>> insert the script of stack "Foobar" into back
>> From then on, messages, handlers and functions
>> travel 'through' this script as well.
> is it possible to put
> on startup
> insert the script of stack "Foobar" into back
> open stack "aa"
> end startup
> somewhere so that startup is activated when you
> click on the Revolution app icon in Finder?
> that would be convenient!
> erik at erikhansen.org http://www.erikhansen.org
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