the visible of a stack
andre at andregarzia.com
Wed Sep 24 15:29:09 CDT 2008
I got late to this thread so forgive me if I say something terribly
obvious, but you can check the visible of a stack and the result from
intersect() between it's rect and the screen rect to find if it is
visible and in-screen, then unless the blendlevel or the windowshape
is something really odd, you should have a visible stack.
or you can play pavlov and start blinking the stack while asking the
user: "hey user, do you see something blinking?" :-D
On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 5:18 PM, Mikey <mikeythek at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, Eric.
> Yes, one would expect that. However, the visible for the (unopened)
> substack seems to be true in this case.
> I didn't want to get off on this tangent, but showing hidden substacks
> seems to a little odd as well, which might be a product of the visible
> property not being what I expect, but I haven't spent an enormous
> amount of time trying to work on that yet.
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