m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Jul 12 11:36:18 EDT 2010
That's how modal dialogs work. You will have to find a different way
to do this. For example a modal dialog stack that shows itself until
either 10 seconds have passed or the user clicks on a Buy button. Once
the user clicks on Buy, you can close the modal dialog and show a
different window together with the calendar.
It is also possible to show a modal dialog on top of another modal
dialog. If you add a Calendar button to your payment stack to open the
calendar as a modal dialog, you could allow the user to select a date
and show the date in the Payment stack after the Calendar stack closes.
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On 12 jul 2010, at 17:07, Andrew Kluthe wrote:
> Hey all,
> I am having an issue with modal stacks that I just cannot pin down.
> I have a PaymentDetails Modal that comes up and has a calendar modal
> on it to select the payment date.
> The problem that I am having is that most of the time the calendar
> will be
> visible above the first modal, but the interaction is locked into
> the first
> modal. I cannot interact with the calendar and I have to toplevel the
> payment stack to close the calendar. This same behavior occurs when i
> answer "Payment details updated!", I can't click ok unless I
> TopLevel the
> payment stack even though the answer dialog is visible on top of the
> What kind of things should I be looking at to track down the
> culprit? What
> could cause this?
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