Palette Problem

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at
Tue Mar 18 07:37:22 EDT 2008


Do you have these handlers in the palette stack itself? Although that  
should be possible, it is causes an ugly flash on the screen. The use  
of the palette command is correct, though. So, if you have a button to  
open the stack, you would write:

on mouseUp
   palette stack "XXX"
end mouseUp

If you are using Media, it might not work. If it doesn't, use

  go stack "XXX" as palette


Best regards,

Mark Schonewille


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On 18 mrt 2008, at 12:15, Richmond Mathewson wrote:

> I am trying to get a stack to load as a Palette rather
> than a Stack:
> tried this;
> on preOpenStack
>  palette stack "XXX"
> end preOpenStack
> and
> on openStack
>   palette stack "XXX"
> end openStack
> neither worked,
> obviously getting something wrong!
> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson

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