dan at danshafer.com
Fri Jul 12 12:33:01 EDT 2002
>Appears to me, it's the last non palette stack to have focus. So, changing
>focus of a stack makes it the defaultStack.
Which I think explains what I'm seeing. Message Box is a stack. So
when I type into it, it changes the defaultStack I just set? But it
goes to the topStack, which isn't message box because it's a palette?
So what am I not getting?
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>> [mailto:use-revolution-admin at lists.runrev.com]On Behalf Of Dan Shafer
>> Sent: Friday, July 12, 2002 2:13 AM
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>> Subject: defaultStack Scope
>> It appears that setting the defaultStack of a stack file is a
>> temporary action. If I change it from the Message Box, e.g., it never
>> "sticks." If I say:
>> set the defaultStack to "Foo"
>> and then
>> put the defaultStack
>> it always returns the stack that was the default before I typed
>> the message.
>> I can put the same two commands in a button's mouseUp handler and
>> it works.
>> So the question is what else can reset the defaultStack property
>> without my doing so explicitly?
>> Dan Shafer
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