Swap windows


    Aug 27 2007 | 1:18 pm
    Hi there,
    maybe an easy question, maybe not: How do I manage to swap between windows in Jitter? I

    • Aug 27 2007 | 1:47 pm
      ... and maybe a more trickier question: How can you switch between an external fullscreen-application (i.e. swf-player) and a jitter-window? Grateful for any hint. K.
    • Aug 27 2007 | 2:01 pm
      You can play .swf files in Jitter so it concides with your other question which has the answer to alternately give your window the 'front' command. DO_Ray
      On 27 Aug 2007, at 15:47, katja wrote:
      > > ... and maybe a more trickier question: How can you switch between > an external fullscreen-application (i.e. swf-player) and a jitter- > window? Grateful for any hint. > K. > > >
    • Aug 28 2007 | 10:36 am
      Hm, it is not exactly a flash-animation I want to display but a webpageish swf that is fed with strings from xml-tags, dynamically from a network-server. Also with an intergated time- and date-counter. So I suppose the qt.movie functionality fails on this one.
      Any idea how to force an external system-window to the front/back? Or how to make a jitter window dis- an reappear, revealing an external application instead of the Max programming environment?
    • Aug 28 2007 | 4:29 pm
      I don't know the answer but you could try looking at rotate window commands that might be available via applescript or using the external shell object to do this. If you're using a Mac that is, I don't know about the windows platform.
      pelado
    • Aug 28 2007 | 4:53 pm
      Look at the helpfile and html help for jit.window. If you need to explicitly bring the browser to the front, you can use applescript with the [shell] or [tap.applescript] externals, which you can find via maxobjects.com.
    • Aug 28 2007 | 5:35 pm
      Well you can change the size, location and atributes (scroll no scroll etc) of a jit.window. So if you use two screens (main patch monitor and player monitor) then you can put your player window behind your main patch on the main patch monitor.
      DO_Ray Like this !
      On 28 Aug 2007, at 12:36, katja wrote:
      > > Hm, it is not exactly a flash-animation I want to display but a > webpageish swf that is fed with strings from xml-tags, dynamically > from a network-server. Also with an intergated time- and date- > counter. So I suppose the qt.movie functionality fails on this one. > > Any idea how to force an external system-window to the front/back? > Or how to make a jitter window dis- an reappear, revealing an > external application instead of the Max programming environment? >
    • Aug 29 2007 | 10:31 am
      Since I