monte at sweattechnologies.com
Wed Oct 17 22:06:37 EDT 2012
Yes the calling control can be a stack. Anything that you can refer to as 'me' in your code. Wherever you handle startup/shutdown etc you can handle UIApplicationWillResignActiveNotification for your whole app. Most likely in the mainstack script but could be in a library script or backscript.
On 18/10/2012, at 12:53 PM, Mark Smith wrote:
> Hi Monte, just so I am sure I understand....
> /command mergNotify pNotification
> This command registers for a notification to be sent to the calling control
> (me) whenever it occurs. The same notification may be registered by multiple
> controls in your app. If a single control registers for the same
> notification multiple times it will receive it multiple times./
> Does that mean the calling control could be a stack? And if your stack is
> made up of multiple stacks do you have to set notifications for each stack
> in order to be able to respond to UIApplicationWillResignActiveNotification?
> Or can you set it once for the whole application?
> -- Mark
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