May 06, 2016
On Thursday, 5 May 2016 at 18:33:44 UTC, TheGag96 wrote:
> On Wednesday, 27 April 2016 at 12:42:05 UTC, thedeemon wrote:
>> (snip)
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> Sorry to bump this thread, but how did you handle multiple windows using DlangUI? (As in, were you able to prevent input on the main window while another one was open, etc.) I know Vadim/buggins is working on improving that right now but I'd like to know if there's a clean way to handle more than one window already.

In our case there is one main window and a few other windows get opened one at a time (Platform.instance.createWindow with WindowFlag.Modal), increasing number of open windows to 2, and sometimes native dialogs are invoked in addition to the 2 DLangUI windows. I remember there was some glitches like if you press Enter in OS-native file dialog and it gets closed then an odd Enter key press message may be received by DLangUI window, but we used one simple trick: before opening some modal window change focus in current window to something harmless. After that everything worked quite well. But we're not using more than one active (i.e. not shadowed by a modal one) window at a time, so don't meet with issues you might meet there.
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