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    Showing Multiple Frames On Screen Together

    Hopefully a very basic question.

    I have an application with 2 frames.
    I want to be able to have them both on screen at the same time
    I want to be able to set the X, Y, Width & Height of each frame on the screen.

    The end result is to be one application which runs on two screens (configured extended desktop in windows)
    The first screen is the control screen / control frame which has some buttons on it.
    The second screen is the display screen / frame which has some objects on it which are controlled by the buttons on the control screen.
    I have worked out how to achieve the level of control i require using 'Global Values'

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    You would use the sub-app object to show other frames of your application.
    If this is what your asking.

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    Yes possibly, im brand new to the terminology of this particular environment

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    ... is the 'sub-app object' something that is available in the free version?
    can a 'sub-app' use the 'Global Events' of its parent app?

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    Yes it looks like the sub-app is in the free version.

    The sub-app is just (can be) a frame in the current application so it would have access to everything a frame can access.

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    Thank you, this does exactly what i wanted.

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