Lock Screen and Modal Window?
aturban at qwest.net
Mon Sep 13 14:47:49 EDT 2004
> It works here okay. I do notice an anomaly when I first set
> the stack to
> modal, clicking a button doesn't run its script. Clicking a
> second time
> and all subsequent times does. However, that's a different thing than
> the lockscreen problem. When the button does run, lockscreen
> works okay.
> When in your script are you locking the screen? That is, what system
> message are you trapping, or what does your script do?
I'll try to be concise, if I can:
Here is a snippet of code from stack "A" that requests stack "B" to open.
sheet stack "B"
(I would have much prefered to say 'sheet cd x of stack "B"', but that
syntax is not allowed for some strange reason.)
In stack "B" I have:
go cd (the pCardName of this cd of stack "A")
I figure the dual lock screen calls are overkill, but then again neither of
them seem to do their job. It is upon opening the actual card needed that I
show/hide controls and fill in user data. That's the part that I can't seem
to prevent from showing. Then again, if I don't open the window as a 'sheet'
or as a 'modal' everything works fine.
"Never interrupt your enemy while he is making a mistake."
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