• Subject: Restore Display . . . *YES
  • From: boothm@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 11 Sep 1999 13:50:16 -0400

I am getting unexpected behavior and can't figure out why.  I have a
program with a main screen with header information about the application
and as the user makes various choices on the screen various windows are
displayed to respond to his requests.  What is disconcerting is that when
the window is displayed the screen in the background is the first screen
used that day. It seems to never have the currnet background.  

I'm thinking it must have to do with the Restore Display compile choice,
but if I say *NO then the window is displayed horribly.  

Any ideas what may be causing this....?

Booth Martin

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