Mervyn Bick <email@example.com>
||Mon, 7 Oct 2019 15:54:24 +0200
On 2019-10-07 8:05 AM, Akshat Kapoor wrote:
> Thank You for the explanation Mervyn,
> Yes extracting what to do from Pushbutton properties is also possible
> We can easily obtain which control has focus
> if type('this.parent.activeControl') # 'U'
> if this.parent.activeControl.Name == "CANCELPUSHBUTTON"
> this.stopTrying := true
It's actually easier than that. Store the value from the field
push_action to a user-defined property of the pushbutton when it is
cmd = [form.main]+temp+[.action = ']+
cmd = [form.main]+temp+[.onclick = form.push_onclick]
All the pushbuttons use the same onClick event handler but you don't
need to know specifically which pushbutton has focus. In fact, if you
set the pushbutton's speedbar property true, it won't get focus when
"this" in the event handler is always the object which executed the
event handler whether it gets focus or not. The event handler can,
instead of having the action passed to it as a parameter, simply fetch
it from the user-defined property of the appropriate pushbutton.
action = this.action
form.result.text = action