Bob Sneidar wrote:
> Seems to me one unexpected outcome would be if you had the command
> "hide me" early in the script of a stack where another stack was
> visible, and then made references dependent on the defaultStack being
> the one hidden.
I think maybe one of the reasons we've seen more posts exploring the
definition of defaultStack than we see complaints about its behavior is
that in practice it's rarely needed.
I use topStack often but mostly in dev tools; in my own apps I tend to
use custom functions to distinguish windows by semantic role rather than
I can't recall the last time I needed defaultStack. It may well have
been quite recently, but it must being doing what I expected it to do
since I've never had to think about it before this thread.
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