bvlahos at mac.com
Tue Feb 2 23:38:26 CST 2010
"The Owner" gives me the path to the stack not the name. Perhaps I have the syntax wrong. I used "the owner of this stack".
However, your other suggestion about setting the Custom Property works perfectly.
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On Feb 2, 2010, at 9:14 PM, Terry Judd wrote:
> If it's a substack the you can use 'the owner' to get the name of the main
> stack. Otherwise I think you'll need to store it in a variable or a custom
> property for future reference.
> How about having a property called the cCallingStack of the stack you're
> opening and setting it with the name of the current stack before you open
> the next stack...
> set the cCallingStack of stack <stackpathorname> to the short name\
> of this stack
> open stack <stackpathorname>
> On 3/02/10 4:03 PM, "Bill Vlahos" <bvlahos at mac.com> wrote:
>> I have a stack that opens another stack. How do I refer to the name of the
>> calling stack in the freshly opened stack which is now on top?
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