shift from one stack to another visible despite lock Screen
Andre.Bisseret at inria.fr
Sun Jun 10 08:19:07 CDT 2007
Le 10 juin 07 à 14:54, Björnke von Gierke a écrit :
> You say that the mainstack appears, but not in what circumstances.
> Is it on startup of an application, or on openstack? Maybe it's
> just when you press a button on a third, unmentioned stack?
> Also, do you create the "name forename" stack, or do you just
> rename it or setting of the label?
> Said that, here are some general hints:
> For stacks not to show up, it's always best to have them hidden
> (set the visible of stack x to false), then saved. that way the
> stack never shows up on screen.
> If you need to show the stack, but do not want to show it while a
> handler runs in another stack, lock screen will not be very useful.
> Lock screen most often only affects the current stack.
> Also of note is that style and mode changes sometimes make stacks
> have fun
Thank you very much, Bjömke, for your answer ; I learned from it that
lock screen only affects the current stack :-)
Anyway, I found my error ; I had kept a handler that overtook another
one !!! I have just suppress it and all is OK now.
Sorry for disturbance, and thanks again
all the best
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