what's "this" stack

jonathandlynch at gmail.com jonathandlynch at gmail.com
Sun Nov 14 20:42:46 EST 2010

Is one stack a substack of the other? If so, both are saved together.

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From: Mark Smith
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Subject: what's "this" stack
Sent: Nov 14, 2010 8:35 PM

Hi, I recently wrote this code which works fine....

on savenotes
   modeless stack "save"
   save this stack
   wait 360 millisecs
   close stack "save"
end savenotes

when i went back to document it I stumbled across a sort of confusion in my

on savenotes
   modeless stack "save" -- opens a new stack "save" as a modeless window
   save this stack  -- saves "this" stack. Which stack is "this" (save or
   wait 360 millisecs
   close stack "save"
end savenotes

I suddenly realized that I was using the "save this stack" command with 2
stacks open, the primary stack called "notepad" and a secondary stack called

It appears that rev knows "which is which" even thought from the code it is
quite confusing. Would it be better to say "save stack notepad" instead?


-- Mark

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