Avoiding the found box

Sannyasin Sivakatirswami katir at hindu.org
Sat Nov 22 00:08:02 EST 2003


does this help?

global gSearchString
on menuPick pWhich
   switch pWhich
   case "Find"
     ask "Find What?"
     if it is empty then break
     set cursor to watch
     put it into gSearchString
     set the lockmessages to true
     find  string gSearchString in fld "fText"
     if the result is not empty then answer "Sorry, no such text." with 
"OK"
     break
   case "Find Again"
     set cursor to watch
     set the lockmessages to true
     find  string gSearchString in fld "fText"
     break
   end switch
end menuPick


On Nov 21, 2003, at 2:04 PM, Bill Vlahos wrote:

> Nope. Even if that worked I believe it behaves like "find empty" which 
> would reset the start point.
>
> Bill
>
> On Nov 21, 2003, at 3:11 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>
>> Bill Vlahos wrote:
>>
>>> Locking and unlocking the screen still shows the box and has the same
>>> problem.
>>
>> Hmmm..... "go this card"?
>>
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