Klimber, its not "yank A front line" there is a way to do it so it won't "rotate"
I prefer to land the kite to one side of the wind window , and like Clamike said the kite will sit there all day as long as the wind doesn't flat out die. I take a little different approach from there however. I make sure I am far enough from any kite killing object and after putting the kite down on one side i
let go of the bar
reach up and grab the center line on the side of the down wingtip (in the clip the left side)
as you pull hand over hand (on that one line)the kite flags out on its back
i then follow that line up to the kite (staying upwind of all the lines)
here is a clip of me doing this on the snow, you can't see the bar but you can see what the kite does as i go through the steps listed above. click on the image
I have used this technique in very high winds and it has always worked for me, the worst thing that has happened was the kite lifted up a little and rolled over on its leading edge a little farther downwind than the edge of the window.
This method is pretty much the same as hooking your safety leash to the centerline ring and just unhooking and letting go of the bar. I find that if you do that you end up with a mess.
whats up mike,