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Subject:Re: Hotspots and Secondary Windows From:David Janus <davidj -at- SUPERSTUDIO -dot- CO -dot- IL> Date:Tue, 20 Aug 1996 16:38:43 +0300
Thanks to those who responded. In the end, however, I found the answer
close to home--a co-worker!
For those who are interested, here's the answer:
In the Enhanced Hotspot Attributes dialog box, which appears when you are
defining a hotspot in the Hotspot Editor, simply append ">window" to the
context string (where "window" is, of course, the name of a previously
defined secondary window).
davidj -at- superstudio -dot- co -dot- il
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