alex at tweedly.net
Sun Feb 27 14:52:27 EST 2005
Lars Brehmer wrote:
> Greetings all!
> I have no experience with Windows whatsoever and have what is
> hopefully a real easy, dopey question:
> I build a standalone for Windows (the splash screen is the actual
> standalone, the Main Stack and substacks are rev files) and it works
> just fine, but there's one little thing I don't get. In OSX, it's the
> icon of the standalone that appears in the dock, but in Windows (XP in
> this case) each of the open stacks, whether visible or not, has a
> thingy in the task bar thing, so as stacks open and close, the taskbar
> thingies multiply and disappear.
> Am I doing something wrong here? Or is it always this way in Windows?
> Is there a way to get just the app in the taskbar and not the
> individual rev stacks?
Windows programs typically show a task-bar item per "main window" - with
varying interpretations of what should be considered to be a "main window".
In general Rev shows a task-bar item for each stack.
However, there are exceptions - for instance, in the IDE, script editor
windows don't appear in the task-bar - so there must be some control
over this. (Sorry - I've never looked into it, so I don't know any more
off-hand - if no-one else chimes in, I'll look around the settings on
the script editor stacks and see if I can figure out how they avoid
appearing in the list).
btw - Palettes also do not appear in the task-bar list.
Alex Tweedly http://www.tweedly.net
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