Bypass Dirty Save
davis.phil at comcast.net
Wed Jun 21 03:13:36 CDT 2006
For what it's worth, I just made a couple of quick test stacks. (Windows
Rev IDE) I never saved them.
I added a few objects including a button with this script:
close this stack
When I clicked the button, the stack closed without the dialog.
Seconds later... I tried to quit Rev.
On the stack that had destroyStack = false, the stack reappeared when I
tried to close Rev (since it was still in memory), and the dialog appeared.
On the stack with destroyStack = true, I got no dialog and Rev just closed.
Scott Rossi wrote:
>Is there an incantation I can use to bypass/remove/kill the "Do you want to
>save..." dialog that the IDE throws up even when nothing has changed on a
>I was told that adding an on closeStackRequest handler to the stack might do
>it, but doing so doesn't appear to make a difference.
>Thanks & Regards,
>Tactile Media, Multimedia & Design
>E: scott at tactilemedia.com
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