Re: Go card "xyz"

2017-10-31 Thread Bob Sneidar via use-livecode
) but these are typically not the ones you would read about in the dictionary. Bob S > On Oct 31, 2017, at 13:18 , Pyyhtiä Christer via use-livecode > <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote: > > "When in a script you issue a command > > go card "xy

Re: Go card "xyz"

2017-10-31 Thread Pyyhtiä Christer via use-livecode
Thank you for a good set of answers! Now, here is the question asked, the heck I could not express it correctly the first time: "When in a script you issue a command go card "xyz" does the next command line of the script get into execution before the "go&

Re: Go card "xyz"

2017-10-31 Thread dunbarx via use-livecode
"When you go to another card, lots of things happen before and after the go... What Bob said. I assumed you knew that lots of messages are generated in the case you described, all the comings and goings, and were only asking about the order of events between the two lines of code in the initial

Re: Go card "xyz"

2017-10-31 Thread Richard Gaskin via use-livecode
Bob Sneidar wrote: > The best way to tell what is going on is to turn on message watching Agreed, and if you find LC's Message Watcher as unwieldy as I do you may enjoy this more flexible, tailorable tool that produces more readable and useful logs of messages during execution:

Re: Go card "xyz"

2017-10-31 Thread Bob Sneidar via use-livecode
the message watcher and you can see all kinds of messages are flying around that you were unaware of. Bob S > On Oct 31, 2017, at 06:09 , Pyyhtiä Christer via use-livecode > <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote: > > When in a script you issue a command > > go card

Re: Go card "xyz"

2017-10-31 Thread dunbarx via use-livecode
If you have a button on a stack with: on mouseUp go stack "otherStack" answer "XYZ" end mouseUp and in the stack script of that other stack: on resumeStack answer "ABC" end resumeStack The "ABC" appears before the "XYZ". Is that what you meant? Craig Newman -- Sent from:

Go card "xyz"

2017-10-31 Thread Pyyhtiä Christer via use-livecode
When in a script you issue a command go card "xyz" does the next command line of the script get into execution before the "go" has been completed? Is it comparable to the "move" command, where this is true, with the additional statement "withou