Float Above Stack

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Oct 2 04:16:28 CDT 2006


I meant...

   on resumeStack
     do "tell application" && quote & <your app> & quote && "to  
activate" as AppleScript
   end resumeStack

e.g.

   on resumeStack
     do "tell application" && quote & "Recipe Collection" & quote &&  
"to activate" as AppleScript
   end resumeStack

Mark

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Op 1-okt-2006, om 18:12 heeft Mark Schonewille het volgende geschreven:

> Trevor,
>
> Assuming your stack runs on Mac OS X:
>
> on resumeStack
>   do "tell" && <your app> && "to activate" && "as AppleScript"
> end resumeStack
>
> where <your app> is the name of your standalone. This should bring  
> the entire application with all its windows and the menu bar to front.
>
> Best,
>
> Mark
>
> --
>
> Economy-x-Talk
> Consultancy and Software Engineering
> http://economy-x-talk.com
> http://www.salery.biz
>
> Get your store on-line within minutes with Salery Web Store  
> software. Download at http://www.salery.biz
>
> Op 1-okt-2006, om 15:14 heeft Trevor Hopkins het volgende geschreven:
>
>> I have a Rev-developed application that is set to float above all  
>> other open windows on a user's desktop. I have noticed that when I  
>> am using another application, say Firefox, and then click on my  
>> floating app, the menubar from Firefox remains. This could cause a  
>> user some trouble if they were to select on the floating app, hit  
>> command-Q to quit, and then actually see that the other program  
>> (in this example Firefox) closed.
>>
>> Does anyone have a quick tip on how to summon the floating app's  
>> menubar whenever the floating app is being used?
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Trevor Hopkins
>> Exeter, UK




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