Cursor changes to a hand in the ide
jf_byrnes at comcast.net
Thu Feb 25 20:55:59 EST 2016
On 02/25/2016 07:25 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> Jim Byrnes wrote:
> > On 02/25/2016 06:35 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> >> Try this in the Message Box (replacing "YourStack" with your stack's
> >> name of course):
> >> put the mode of stack "YourStack" && the style of stack "YourStack"
> > This results in: 2 toplevel
> Hunch confirmed: if you look up mode in the Dictionary you'll see the
> mode is an integer that refers to the current state of the stack.
> Stack modes can be made persistent with the style property, but you can
> also temporarily change the mode of a stack without changing the
> persistent style property by using the style name as a command, e.g.:
> palette "some stack"
> ...will open it as a palette, but if its style is toplevel then using:
> open stack "some stack"
> ...will open it in its style, toplevel.
> There is one other way to affect mode, specific to mode 2: that one's
> cantModify, which can be affected by setting the stack's cantModify
> So if you run this in the Message Box you should be good to go:
> set the cantmodify of stack "YourStack" to false
> Then save it, or you'll be back in this spot again next time you open it.
That worked, thank you very much. I must say this is a friendly,
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