preOpenStack - Main stack script affects SubStack when it opens?
gbojsza at gmail.com
Wed Dec 8 14:01:18 EST 2010
Lots of options so I chose the to move my preOpenStack from the stack script
to script of card 1 and it works perfectly.
On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 7:29 PM, Terry Judd <tsj at unimelb.edu.au> wrote:
> This is normal behaviour. The ways around it are...
> 1. an empty preopenstack handler in the substack
> 2. stack specific code in the main stack preopenstack handler
> on preopenstack
> if the short name of me = [mainstack name] then
> do stuff
> end if
> end preopenstack
> 3. move the preopenstack handler to the card script of the first card of
> main stack
> Hopefully I've got that right.
> On 8/12/10 1:19 PM, "Glen Bojsza" <gbojsza at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Maybe it's me or should this not be happening. Livecode 4.5.1.
> > I have a mainstack that has a preOpenStack that does some house
> > I just added a substack that is opened from the mainstack by a user
> > a button.
> > **There is NO preOpenStack in the substack
> > When the substack opens the preOpenStack of the mainstack tries to run
> > generates an error since none of the objects on the mainstack are on the
> > substack.
> > Should preOpenStack only work with the stack that contains it?
> > If this is the proper way the system works then what is the work around?
> > thanks,
> > Glen
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