[GREENFOOT-859] Terminating ask-method in World-constructor leads to unexpected behavior
(Related to the solved [Greenfoot-849|http://bugs.bluej.org/browse/GREENFOOT-849] )
- Use the ask-method in the constructor of a class (e.g. in the World write var String x = Greenfoot.ask("answer me"))
- Reset. The ask-dialog appears.
- Click reset. You will be asked "The scenario is currently waiting for input. … you need to terminate the current execution." You click "terminate"
- Now the world shrinks to small size and is fully occupied by the dialog-box.
Everything works correctly, but students are worried if the World suddenly "disappears" and think they have made something wrong.
So perhaps one could think about assimilating the both behaviors - like "When Greenfoot.ask is called in a World-constructor we let the World disappear and only show the dialog-box." or, alternatively: "When the ask-method is terminated by the user via the reset-button we create the World-size and then put the ask-method on it."
- Issue type: Bug
- Priority: Lowest