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xx text cursor go back on the sticky
« Thread started on: Nov 20th, 2005, 05:39am »

I created a sticky and wrote on it a text. Next I went to any windows window or aplication. When i close this application/window last edited sticky became editing (there is a text cursor ready to write). Why? How can I make, that stickies will not go editing without my agree?
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xx Re: text cursor go back on the sticky
« Reply #1 on: Nov 20th, 2005, 4:10pm »

When you close an application, Windows will send input focus to one of the others you've got running. The same thing happens when you close an application - focus goes to Stickies.

It's something I'll look into for the next release of Stickies - being able to set a sticky as "read-only" so that you're unable to change it.

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xx Re: text cursor go back on the sticky
« Reply #2 on: Nov 21st, 2005, 12:05am »

on Nov 20th, 2005, 4:10pm, Tom Revell wrote:
When you close an application, Windows will send input focus to one of the others you've got running. The same thing happens when you close an application - focus goes to Stickies.

It's something I'll look into for the next release of Stickies - being able to set a sticky as "read-only" so that you're unable to change it.

Tom

thanks.
sorry, that I may write bad in english, but I'm from
Poland

stickies are the best
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