Removing ListMagic from a stack - completely

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at
Tue Mar 15 09:48:40 EDT 2011

Whoops, never mind - sorry.
ListMagic was removed cleanly, I simply forgot to remove the ListMagic stack from the GLX application framework! 
Funny how one can struggle with such things for hours and then realise the solution within 5 minutes of making a public ar$3 of oneself!  ;-)

On 15 Mar 2011, at 13:31, Keith Clarke wrote:

> Thanks Bob. I removed ListMagic as per its documentation - it's not opening as a sub-stack and I've cleared-out the script entries that were calling it. 
> Maybe there's some detritus in a front or back script, but I can't find any documentation on how to view or edit these. Any clues?
> Best,
> Keith..
> On 14 Mar 2011, at 18:26, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>> You may want to check the stacks in use. If I am not mistaken, ListMagic inserts itself as a library stack, probably in the backScript. You will need to remove that. It may even be a substack in your main stack, I dunno. Also check if it's in your plug-ins. 
>> I still had ListMagic inserted as a substack of my main stack, but was not getting any alerts. I had done something in the past to remove it from the message hierarchy, but don't remember what it was. I deleted the substack in the application browser and it no longer appears as a substack of my project. 
>> Not sure if any of that helps you, but there you go. 
>> Bob

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