The width and height of a stack

Bob Sneidar bobsneidar at iotecdigital.com
Fri Jul 17 22:32:27 EDT 2015


What is even weirder, is that if I set a breakpoint after the height or width statement in the openCard handler, whichever is first, the command completes and executes the first sizing statement but then the script crashes! If I put a breakpoint after the first sizing statement, it never reaches the breakpoint. 

I am going to try opening a copy of the stack in the latest 6.7 version and see what happens. 

Bob S

 
> On Jul 17, 2015, at 19:26 , Bob Sneidar <bobsneidar at iotecdigital.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi all. 
> 
> I have these two handlers in each of 3 cards of a stack:
> 
> on openCard
>    lock screen
>    
>    -- set the size of the stack
>    set the width of this stack to the lastWidth of me
>    set the height of this stack to the lastHeight of me
>    set the loc of this stack to the lastLoc of me
> end openCard
> 
> on closeCard
>    set the lastHeight of me to the height of this stack
>    set the lastWidth of me to the width of this stack
>    set the lastLoc of me to the loc of this stack
> end closeCard
> 
> I check the properties and each have been updated fine for each card this is called from. However, the openCard handler, while it compiles fine, exits as soon as I try to set the width of the stack in the openStack handler. 
> 
> If I swap the width and height statements in the openCard handler, the height gets set but the width does not, but *ONLY* on this one card!!!!! Apparently I seem to be in some condition where the width of a stack is read only but only with this one card! Whaaaaaa?????
> 
> OS X 10.10.3    LC 6.7.2
> 
> Bob S





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