Processing errors during initialization

I have a PhAB application. It has a startup initialization routine that
is called before the base window is realized. The initialization routine
tried to read in a config file. If it encounters an error it displays a
text message to the console that loaded teh program and it pops up a
PtMessageBox().

However, then the base window is realized. It covers the entire screen,
including any pterm window and the PtMessageBox window.

Is there a way I can force the PtMessageBox() window on top of the base
window?

The read error is not fatal so I don’t want to abort the program.

On 2 Aug 2004 12:46:46 GMT, Bill Caroselli <qtps@earthlink.net> wrote:

I have a PhAB application. It has a startup initialization routine that
is called before the base window is realized. The initialization routine
tried to read in a config file. If it encounters an error it displays a
text message to the console that loaded teh program and it pops up a
PtMessageBox().

However, then the base window is realized. It covers the entire screen,
including any pterm window and the PtMessageBox window.

Is there a way I can force the PtMessageBox() window on top of the base
window?

The read error is not fatal so I don’t want to abort the program.

Make it a child of ABW_base?

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