Splash Screen

Jim Ault jimaultwins at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 22 23:57:24 EST 2011


You should be able to store your datagrid in a custom property of the  
main stack and install it in a

        on preopenstack
-- or other handler.

I am not well-versed in splash screens, etc so others will have to  
refine my answer, but this should give you a solid idea to pursue.

Pretty much anything can be stored in a custom property of a stack,  
card or control.
Someone else can give you better details on how to do this with a  
datagrid.
This should a way to avoid the 'cant be a substack' issue.


On Feb 22, 2011, at 8:32 PM, RevList wrote:

> Thomas McGrath III <mcgrath3 at mac.com> on February-22-11 at 7:22 PM  
> -0800
> wrote:
>> Open both stacks. Select the Inspector on the main (non splash  
>> screen)
>> stack.
>>
>> Select the mainStack button (3rd one down) and select the splash  
>> screen
>> stack.
>>
>> Your done.
>>
>> Now write the code in splash screen to open the non-splash screen
>
> That is what I thought too.  Except my current main stack has a Data  
> Grid
> and it does not want to become a substack of my main stack.  If I  
> remove
> the datagrid, no problem.  However, this datagrid has a lot of custom
> scripts and I don't want to have to recreate if I can help it.\
> ******************************************
> Stewart Lynch

Jim Ault
Las Vegas






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