You could use the PtBlockWindow() function to block the user from using the
base window and then when you want the user to be able to interact with the
base window again use the PtUnblockWindows(). So when you realize the
dialog have the base window blocked, and then when you unrealize the dialog
unblock the base window.
“Rajarama” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
In One of my project, In base Window i created some buttons, and
from one button callback i created Child window. When child window
and working with this window, i don’t want to do any thing on Base window
(Activating Buttons, entaring text to textBox etc…) How to do this?