On Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 7:25:34 AM UTC+8, gneuner2 wrote:
Ignoring Racket's extraneous added panels, a better organization would be:
> Window 00010010 "" #32769 (Desktop)
> Window 0017076E "Hello World" PLTFrame
> Window 000F03D2 "Dialog 1" #32770 (Dialog)
> Window 00320BCC "Dialog 2" #32770 (Dialog)
> Window 003A052E "Close Dialog 2" PLTBUTTON
> Window 0057098A "Open Dialog 2..." PLTBUTTON
> Window 001807D4 "Close Dialog 1" PLTBUTTON
> Window 003704DA "Open Dialog 1..." PLTBUTTON
> but it would work even if the dialogs were just siblings under the top
> level frame [assuming their creation Z-order was correct].
I think the current window hierarchy is correct: I compared a similar setup
in Visual Studio, where I opened two nested dialog boxes and inspected them
with Spy++. The dialog boxes are toplevel windows, same as for the Racket
sample application I had. The "OwnerWindow"of the dialogs is setup to
point to the owner of the dialog boxes(i.e. the owner of Dialog 2 is Dialog
1 and the owner of Dialog 1 is the main frame).
As far as I can tell the window hierarchy for the main frame + two dialog
boxes is the same in Racket as it is for Visual Studio...
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