Behaving badly with backgrounds
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Wed Dec 15 16:58:37 EST 2010
On 12/15/2010 11:51 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
> You will have to go to each card and select the group from the Place Group menu. You can do this programmatically by using the place command place myGroup onto card.
Thanks . . .
Well . . . I am proposing to have end-users create groups (by clicking
on a button) that
will then propagate across cards . . . in a standalone . . . Well; I'll
just have to get "down
'n dirty" and work out the thing in the stack and then see if it still
works in a standalone.
I wonder if when I exit the stack/standalone I will have to delete the
group once; or
whether what in fact is happening is the group is being duplicated
across whichever cards
I use the Place group command on and each instantiation will have to be
> On Dec 15, 2010, at 1:42 PM, Richmond wrote:
>> 1. I developed a stack with one card.
>> 2. Populated that card with a group "GX".
>> 3. Set the backgroundBehavior of group "GX" to true.
>> 4. Started making new cards, and as I did so the group "GX"
>> became visible on all of them.
>> Lovely . . . :)
>> 5. As I made each new card I also created card-specific controls on that card.
>> 6. Now I create a new group ("GN") on card 1 and set its backgroundBehavior
>> to true.
>> 7. Group "GN" does NOT propagate across any of the pre-existing cards . . . :(
>> How do I get a NEW group with backgroundBehavior set to true to propagate
>> across a set of cards created prior to that group?
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