Opening Navigator In Its Own Window

I found that if I wanted to close the current navigator and return to the main
navigator that it required more code than just

@Command([FileCloseWindow]);
@Command([OpenNavigator];"MainNav";"1");

The code below works by reopening the current navigator after the main
navigator was opened and then closing the current window thus leaving the main
navigator visible .

Note :
If you had an exit button another navigator in the same database remember to
open the main navigator close it and then close the current navigator in order
to fully exit the database .

If anybody has an easier way of doing this please e-mail me .
@Command([OpenNavigator];"MainNav";"1");
@Do(
@Command([OpenNavigator];"PreviousNav";"0");
@Command([FileCloseWindow]))
This was first published in November 2000

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