Standalone app as Frankensteinian Monster

Mark MacKenzie m.mackenzie at sasktel.net
Thu Oct 26 21:48:07 EDT 2006


Hello Devin.  Not having much luck so far I stripped the close handler 
to the following:


on closeStackRequest -- confirm whether to close the window
  answer question "Are you sure you want to quit the entire program?" 
with "Yes" or "No"
  if it is "Yes"
  then
    quit
  end if
end closeStackRequest

However, the application still does not close when in the stand alone.

I am stumped.

Regards

Mark MacKenzie


Devin Asay wrote:
>
> On Oct 26, 2006, at 2:34 PM, Mark MacKenzie wrote:
>
>> I tried stripping things down to this script.  Then after that 
>> wouldn't work
>> I inserted a script to cancel pending messages, still no good.
>>
>> That leaves, in my mind, the question of running externals.  Would 
>> having an
>> opend connection to an sQL database through the alt3SQL dll cause 
>> this hang?
>>
>> I tried inserting another script which closed this connection but on 
>> second
>> thought didn't check for more than one connection.  I wonder how to 
>> do that?
>>
>> Thank you Dar and Mark for your help so far however, Frankenstein's 
>> creation
>> (application) still lives.  No poblems in quitting out while in the
>> development environment.  By the way I am using Version 2.5.1 on 
>> Windows XP.
>> Currently there is no way I can upgrade to the current version so 
>> must make
>> this work in what I have.
>
> I always just issue the quit command if I know the intent is to 
> completely exit the program. That has killed my monsters on XP in the 
> past. Pardon me if I'm misunderstanding the complexities.
>
> Devin
>
> Devin Asay
> Humanities Technology and Research Support Center
> Brigham Young University
>



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