J. Landman Gay
jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Wed Aug 10 13:45:14 CDT 2005
David Burgun wrote:
> I've dug deeper and I reckon it's because another stack window which is
> invisible is in front of the current window.
Yes, that'd do it. While the stack isn't visible, it still is frontmost.
> I call a function in a global stack which loads externals and this
> creates a temp stack and does:
> go stack "newstack"
> start using stack "newstack"
> If I take out this call all works ok.
> Is there anyway to make the current stack the frontmost? Or should I not
> be doing the go stack?
Yes, you can omit the "go" statement and the stack will still be put in
use. Or if you need to, you can also do:
to bring the main stack to the front again.
So, not a bug.
Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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