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Cantura Keyboard functions

Cantura Keyboard functions

Cantura Keyboard functions

Does anybody out there know of a way for me to tell a datafield to disappear and a different one to reappear when the space bar has been pressed. Cant find any functions that tell the app to do that, but sure there must be a way...

RE: Cantura Keyboard functions

I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for, but here is one method. Both datafields need to be editable and df2 starts as not visible with the focus on df1.

Data Field: df1
  Message Actions
    On SAM_AnyEdit
      If MyValue = ' '
        Call SalHideWindow( hWndItem )
        Call SalShowWindow( df2 )
        Call SalSetFocus( df2 )
      Set MyValue = ''
Data Field: df2
  Message Actions
    On SAM_AnyEdit
      If MyValue = ' '
        Call SalHideWindow( hWndItem )
        Call SalShowWindow( df1 )
        Call SalSetFocus( df1 )
      Set MyValue = ''

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