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I've been experimenting because I want to write a sticky-note program that will allow a user to 
write sticky notes that accompany a document.  When you switch from one document window to another, 
the notes from the 1st would close and the notes from the 2nd would open (if you've already opened 

The problem I'm running into is that if I display a dialog (with oDialog.setVisible(True)), I can 
display one, but then the next one I try to display doesn't appear.  I even tried to display a 
dialog then put up a message box, and that won't work.

Is this a limit with LO BASIC?  Can only one dialog be open at a time?  Or is there a way to get 
around this?

(I'm thinking if I can't, then I might write a program in another language to do this, but that 
would be tougher and would be like almost any sticky note program.)

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