Question About PreOpenStack

J. Landman Gay jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Fri Sep 9 21:24:40 CDT 2011


There has been some good info about how to block a preOpenStack handler 
from falling through to the mainstack, but I'm not sure that was the 
question. Gregory will have to verify, but as I understood it, he has a 
valid preOpenStack handler in a substack but it isn't executing. 
Instead, he gets the mainstack's handler.

I can think of two reasons this might happen. One is as Craig mentioned: 
the preOpenStack handler in the substack is passing the message, so it 
moves on to the mainstack. In this case, both would execute.

Another reason it might happen is if you've already opened the substack 
during this session, moved to another card, and then closed it. LiveCode 
preserves the card position the next time you open the stack in the same 
session. If the preOpenStack handler is in the first card of the 
substack, and it opens at card 2, then the mainstack's handler will 
catch the message because there isn't a handler on card 2 for it.

That's all I can think of that would cause the substack to miss catching 
the system message.

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Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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