Multiple Stacks Active at Same Time

Joe Lewis Wilkins pepetoo at cox.net
Sun Mar 16 01:08:56 EDT 2008


Hi Steven,

I don't think there are any fixed  rules about something like this.  
You may also want to take a look at the lock and unlock message  
commands when something is occurring that you don't want happening.  
All of this kind of stuff is pretty much trial and error.

Good luck,

Joe

On Mar 15, 2008, at 9:17 PM, Steven Axtell wrote:

> Joe,
>
> Thanks for checking back on this.  I actually read it as "same" -  
> didn't really notice the "save".
>
> I haven't worked much with the lock screen command much - I'm  
> definitely not a veteran with Rev.  I'm not exactly sure where I  
> should insert the lock screen / unlock screen commands.  I did try  
> at least putting it in the substack script.  I had put in the  
> following code:
>
> on preOpenStack
>  lock screen
>  pass preOpenStack
> end preOpenStack
>
> on OpenStack
>  unlock screen
>  pass OpenStack
> end OpenStack
>
> I did this hoping to lock the screen before the substack opened up.   
> The mainstack became inactive when the substack opened.  I need to  
> do some more checking on this.
>
> Steve
>
>
>> Steve, i
>>
>> In rereading my post I see that my eyes let me down once again.  
>> When I said "save technique", I meant "same technique"; I just  
>> don't want you looking/trying some "save" thingie! You probably  
>> figured that out, but just in case.
>>
>> Good luck,
>>
>> Joe Wilkins







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