Float Above Stack
fwvo at planet.nl
Sat Aug 4 06:25:46 CDT 2007
On 3-aug-2007, 17:47, Ken Ray wrote:
> On Fri, 3 Aug 2007 12:53:27 +0200, Ferdinand wrote:
>> In my Revolution application I have one systemwindow. If I click on
>> this window the application must become the active application.
>> How can I do this? The application runs on Mac OS -X .
>> And if the solution below is the only way to activate the
>> application :
>> How can you find the name of your application?
> Look here:
> Understanding Processes
> Making an App Come To The Foreground
> Ken Ray
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Thanks very much for your answer.
That second example helps me alot!
I am from the old 'fork()' exec() and argv days...
So yes I do understand processes, but how Apple implement this with
AppleScript I don't know exactly, I miss a good reference manual for
Examples will do.
For the application name I used $0 within Revolution.
Again thanks for the answer.
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