What is causing my missing taskbar (makes it necessary to ctrl-alt-del to close, can't tab back)
chrism at lumin.us
Wed Feb 18 21:19:45 CST 2004
Ok, so it seems that palette windows do not create the taskbar item.
Is there a way to force it to do so? I really want to have it just a
menu... i guess I can do without it being in palette form.
On Feb 18, 2004, at 7:40 PM, Christopher Mitchell wrote:
> If this is in the docs, just point me there, but the only thing I
> found about the windows taskbar was the command to hide and show it.
> I've got an app for which the main stack is never revealed to the
> user. It houses scripts and is the container for the substacks, but
> it is always hidden. As soon as the application starts, it
> immediately opens up a palette with buttons to turn off and on other
> substack windows for different purposes.
> Well this seems to be working pretty well, except under windows this
> seems to run as an invisible application - that is to say, it doesn't
> put the title/icon down in the taskbar and you cannot tab to it. So,
> if you're using it and tab away from it, it disappears but is still in
> memory, thus the only way to close it down is to ctl-alt-del.
> Under OSX, the icon shows up in the dock as well as in the command-tab
> list. Is there any way to make this show up as a non-invisible app
> under windows without revealing that main stack? I really need to
> keep it hidden (and not just off screen somewhere :/)
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