another newbie question

Peter Haworth pete at lcsql.com
Fri Apr 4 12:04:07 EDT 2014


Hi Larry,
Right click on the stack window, not on a control, and you'll see two
options, "Send Card Message" and "Send Stack Message".  They both expand to
show a list of the handlers in the card and stack respectively and clicking
on a handler sends a message to it.

Incidentally, I don;t think you need to quite LC, just close and re-open
your stack.  However, it's still somewhat of a pain to do that so hopefully
the above will help.


Pete
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On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 11:59 PM, <larry at significantplanet.org> wrote:

> If I make a change to my stack script (I only have 1 stack) is there a way
> to test the code in the script without having to close the IDE and then
> restart LC to see if my stack script is running properly - such as
> something within the openStack command?
>
> Thank you
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