No main window ?

Alex Tweedly alex at tweedly.net
Fri Jul 23 21:00:22 CDT 2004


At 11:43 23/07/2004 -0700, Mark Wieder wrote:
>Alex-
>Or (brute force method) in the messagebox just type:
>set the loc of stack "revmenubar" to the screenloc

That did it.

>show stack "revmenubar"
Didn't even need that ...

At 14:40 23/07/2004 -0500, Chipp Walters wrote:
>This problem generally rears it's head when you quit from the taskbar 
>(right-clicking Revolution and selecting CLOSE).
Yep - that's probably what I did - thanks.

At 19:28 23/07/2004 +0100, Martin Baxter wrote:
>maybe it is offscreen, or else invisible ?
>
>can you get a stack to open ?
No unfortunately I couldn't - about the only keyboard shortcut that worked 
reliably was ctrl-M to open the Message Box - which was enough.

At 14:04 23/07/2004 -0700, Mark Wieder wrote:
>MB> Out of curiosity Mark, can you open the messagebox on windows if 
>revmenubar
>MB> is not there?
>
>Well, since Alex could, I assume that I could as well. If my menubar
>disappeared, that is. How would you go about creating a new button if
>your menubar went away?

Ctrl-M worked. In theory, you could do Alt-F - Alt-N to open a new 
mainstack, then use the tools palette (which was visible) to make the 
button. Unfortunately, for me at least, the keyboard shortcuts are very 
unreliable in 2.2.1 (I assume that's covered by bug 932, so didn't BZ it 
myself).

Thanks for all the suggestions ...
-- Alex.
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