MainStack subStack, I am lost

René Micout rene.micout at numericable.com
Sun Oct 24 10:35:02 EDT 2010


Mark,
I think I managed after a lot of manipulations
I'll try the result
Thank you for the help
René

Le 24 oct. 2010 à 16:30, René Micout a écrit :

> I do that, but
> either the splash (new main stack) becomes "alone" > the (old) mainStack don't become a sub-stack of the new one...
> either it is impossible (no menu item) for the (old) main stack to becomes sub-stack
> Is a simple (or) clear procedure exists to do that ?
> René
> 
> Le 24 oct. 2010 à 16:22, Mark Schonewille a écrit :
> 
>> You can make a standalone of your splash stack and keep the current mainstack with its substack(s) as it is. Use the property inspector to add your current mainstack to the stack files of the splash stack.
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