Visual effect issue with a tab panel button

Andre.Bisseret Andre.Bisseret at inria.fr
Wed Mar 26 11:08:15 EDT 2008


Le 26 mars 08 à 15:24, Thomas McGrath III a écrit :
> Andre,
>
> I tried the recipe you describe and I find the same thing.
>
> Something must be locking the screen always because I also tried  
> entering the unlock screen in the message box and then trying the  
> tabs with visual effects. No good.
>
> I only see two front scripts from GLX2 and I could not see any lock  
> screens in them.
>
> This has to be in the engine changes.
>
> Tom

Thank you, Tom for your trial and your confirmation.
It seems your are right :
As Éric suggested, I uninstalled GLX2 : then, without GLX2, I got the  
same problem (necessary to start the script with "unlock screen" in  
order to get the visual effect).

Best regards from Grenoble
André

>
>
> On Mar 26, 2008, at 6:29 AM, Andre.Bisseret wrote:
>
>> But, this morning, I made a new stack, a very simple one :
>> 3 cards (named Tab 1, Tab 2 and Tab 3)
>> On each of them, a tab panel button with 3 tabs : Tab 1, Tab 2, Tab  
>> 3. The tab panel is grouped with "behave like a background" set to  
>> true.
>>
>> The only script in the stack is the following  tab panel script:
>>
>> on menuPick tNew
>> unlock screen
>> visual effect scroll up fast
>> go cd tNew
>> end menuPick
>>
>> If the first line is "unlock screen" (as above) then I get the  
>> expected visual effect
>> if I inactivate this first line (-- unlock screen) then the visual  
>> effect does not occur.
>>
>> So it would seem that at first (when opening the stack ?) the  
>> screen would be locked ? (could be only when a tab panel is there ??)
>> I am really confused
>> It's very amazing is"nt it ?
>>
>> I would be very interested by any explanation
>
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