Well, I guess it is fixed. I had had no closeStack handler in the
substack, but when I place
into the stack script of the substack, the resulting executable works.
Apparently, a call within the substack button to 'close this stack' or
'close stack "License"' sends a closeStack message up the hierarchy? I
did not realize this...I thought the button script had to specifically
say 'closeStack' to yield that result.
So 'close this stack' in the button apparently reaches the following in
the stack script of the main stack
if the environment is not "development" then quit
which I guess explains why I was not having a problem in the development
Thanks everybody for bearing with me.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Chipp
Sent: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 12:11 PM
To: How to use Revolution
Subject: Re: In standalone, closing a modal closes everything
I imagine the closeStack message is being sent to your mainStack (not
the altSplash stack). If you don't change the originating call, then
handle it in the card or stack script of the mainStack.
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