Crybaby Grows up
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Fri Feb 27 13:46:27 CST 2009
I'm glad you got it fixed.
Lots of front scripts in the IDE send messages to the message box. If
you put the message box both (almost) at the bottom and at the to of
the message hierarchy, you get a big mess.
Usually, I don't insert stack scripts into front or back. For this
purpose, I use buttons or substacks that are not part of my user
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On 27 feb 2009, at 20:36, DunbarX at aol.com wrote:
> So I was looking at the actual openstack handler, which was:
> "insert the script of this stack into back" (also was "start using
> And thought I would change it to:
> "insert the script of stack myStack into back"
> Fixed. Done. And it all makes sense. I am relieved that it was me
> and not
> One MINUTE later Jackie writes with basically the same idea.
> In HC, my gadget is an external window, actually a more complex
> object to
> manage, but one that never could have this sort of issue. The very
> of having a regular stack do the job opened the possibility of the
> trap I fell
> Thanks to all. I got my hands dirty, which is what I really need.
> wait to uncomment that stupid "/REVEXCLUDE02" line.
> Is there anything to discuss about why putting the msg stack script
> "back" is not a good idea?
> Craig Newman
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