richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Thu Mar 10 12:17:21 EST 2011
On 03/10/2011 07:12 PM, Keith Clarke wrote:
> ...how about
> on mouseUp
> go to previous card
> close stack "FLOATER"
> end mouseUp
Not really, as the close 'icon' is on the palette itself.
> BTW As one who enjoys the surf, I try to avoid floaters whenever possible ;-)
My "FLOATER" is a fairly dark shade of turquoise . . . definitely worth
avoiding . . . :)
> On 10 Mar 2011, at 17:06, Richmond wrote:
>> I have a palette that is a substack of a multi-card stack (i.e. nothing
>> screamingly original) called "FLOATER".
>> On the palette I have a close 'iocn' and when the end-user clicks on it
>> it execute this script:
>> on mouseUp
>> close stack "FLOATER"
>> end mouseUp
>> which it does . . . . . which is all jolly well and fine, BUT . . . it also returns the main
>> multi-card stack to card 1 every time; something I should like to prevent.
>> Pretty Please.
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