Working with the "Display_open_window_interface"
The view will open on top of the current visualization; i.e. the functionality known as a pop-up window.
To open a view, use the command Display_Open_window_interface.open()
To close the view use the command Display_Open_window_interface.close()
To avoid opening the same view more than once, the .open command is ignored if the last command given was also a .open.
By using a timer it is possible to keep the window open for a specified amount of time and then close it again.
NB! The user may close the window “manually” via the touch screen. In this case, a .close command is not sent and hence the program can only gain back control by issuing a .close-command before issuing a .open.
It is thus advisable to always send a .close command before sending a .open command.