Joe Lewis Wilkins
pepetoo at cox.net
Mon Nov 8 02:06:49 EST 2010
Why don't you create an image, paste it wherever you want into your stack; then when you want it to appear, just show it; when you're through with it, then hide it. I've done this a number of times. I usually create such images using MacDraft, but I'm sure you can do the same with various other drawing programs. You have complete control of what the image contains.
On Nov 7, 2010, at 10:07 PM, Mark Smith wrote:
> Hi Craig, I looked up dialogs and what not in the dictionary and user guide
> and all I found where ones driven by ask and answer (nothing like a 1 way
> conversation like tell....). In this case we don't need the user to dismiss
> the dialog, or answer anything, we just want to inform them that something
> is going on (a save is in process) and once it is finished the dialog should
> just go away. Wondering if runrev has a command for that, or if we are
> building it from pieces what is/are the critical pieces (ie. how would i
> know the save is complete for example).
> -- Mark
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