How to store a stack in a custom property
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sun Apr 26 08:30:49 EDT 2009
You have to save the stack first. Once you have done that, you can set
a custom property to the contents of the stack file:
set the cMyStoredStack of stack "Main Stack" to url "binfile:/path/to/
It is possible to open a stack in a custom property with
go stack the cMyStoredStack of stack "Main Stack"
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On 26 apr 2009, at 13:25, Jérôme Rosat wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> It's possible to create a new stack from a stack stored in a custom
> property like this:
> go stack the uMyStoredStack of stack "mainStack" in a new window
> Is it possible to store a stack in a custom property without
> creating first a file ?
> The following way doesn't work: set the uMyStoredStack of stack
> "mainStack" to stack "Test"
> Thank you for your help.
> Jérôme Rosat
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