Startup message

J. Landman Gay jacque at
Tue Aug 2 16:57:17 EDT 2011

On 8/2/11 3:49 PM, Slava Paperno wrote:
> On a related note: I have often wished that preOpenStack and openStack were
> not called when I open the stack in the IDE. When the programming is not
> finished, some calls that are already written into those handlers cannot yet
> be successful because other parts are missing. The result is that the first
> thing you see when you open the stack in the IDE is an error.
> My preference would be for the IDE to open the stack in the Browse mode, and
> for those two handlers to be called when I switch to the Run mode. And
> "sometimes" I think that what does happen, but I have never stopped to
> investigate if it's true.

If you know you are about to open a stack like that, click the Messages 
icon in the toolbar. That turns off all messages. Once the stack has 
opened, you can (and should) turn them back on.

Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at
HyperActive Software           |

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