lock/unlock screen

Richmond richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Thu Sep 20 03:29:32 CDT 2012


On 09/19/2012 09:16 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
> Okay I modified Richmond's experiment to include a send mouseup to button "Single Undo" at the end of the first buttons script, and the field does indeed remain hidden, so yes a series of screen locks do stack. Pardon me for the false info.

I was wrong (not for either the first or the last time, LOL) . . .

BUT:

That 'multiple lockscreen' thing does seem illogical and/or daft, and it 
might not be a bad thing if it were changed so that 'locked' meant 
'locked once' and was not ambiguous.

>
> Bob
>
>
> On Sep 19, 2012, at 10:52 AM, Richmond wrote:
>
>> Richmond had a genius moment :)
>>
>> I made a wee stack called "LOCKER" with
>> two buttons; "Triple-Play" and "Single Undo" and
>> a fld "fff" containing the text "UNLOCKED!"
>>
>> the script of btn "Triple-Play" goes like this:
>>
>> on mouseUp
>>    set the vis of fld "fff" to false
>>     set the lockscreen to true
>>     set the lockscreen to true
>>     set the lockscreen to true
>> end mouseUp
>>
>> the script of btn "Single Undo" goes like this:
>>
>> on mouseUp
>>    set the lockscreen to false
>>    if the lockscreen is false then
>>      set the vis of fld "fff" to true
>>    end if
>> end mouseUp
>>
>> HOT, SCREAMING STUFF!
>>
>> so; click on btn "Triple-Play" which locks the screen THRICE,
>>
>> then; click on btn "Single Undo" which unlocks the screen ONCE,
>>
>> and,
>>
>> "Bingo", "Kazoom", "Jumping Space Potatoes";
>>
>> fld "fff" becomes visible.
>>
>> Richmond.
>>
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