Splash Screen Displays Empty

Chipp Walters chipp at chipp.com
Mon Jul 8 16:20:01 EDT 2002

 on openStack
    show this stack
    send "hideme" to this stack in 3 seconds
 end openStack

on hideme
    hide this stack
    open stack "Lateral File"
    show stack "Lateral File"
    set the defaultStack to "Lateral File"
end hideme

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:use-revolution-admin at lists.runrev.com]On Behalf Of Dan Shafer
> Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 1:55 PM
> To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Subject: Splash Screen Displays Empty
> OK, I have my first RR app almost done. I have one cosmetic problem. 
> Since I have to use a splasher so the substack that comprises the 
> main functionality of my stack can be a data repository, I've 
> designed a splasher with two text fields in it. It's pretty small.
> When I open the stack, the splasher shows, but its text contents do 
> not. The splasher pauses for 3 seconds (per script) and then closes 
> itself and the substack appears.
> Here's the openStack script in the splasher stack (mainstack):
> on openStack
>    show this stack
>    wait 3 seconds
>    hide this stack
>    open stack "Lateral File"
>    show stack "Lateral File"
>    set the defaultStack to "Lateral File"
> end openStack
> I suspect I don't need the last line but it's left over from earlier 
> testing. I put the first line in because when the app is quit, the 
> splasher isn't visible and it seemed that when I opened the stack 
> under those conditions, the splasher would not appear visible.
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