: New Here...
rcozens at pon.net
Thu Nov 27 09:31:47 CST 2003
> Can I declare an object to be a button? And run scripts when it
>is clicked on?
A button, a locked field, an image, a graphic, and a window (the card
itself) can all initiate & respond to mouse events.
> The Enterprise version is ODBC-aware? Then I should be able to
>find a way to hook into it via AppleScripting for changing data.
>However, command/control and inter-operability with other apps would
>still be something of an issue.
It's been discussed on the list; but I have not followed the thread.
> How does Rev deal with the passage of time and Idle()
>activities? Can it be set to check for a change in status? Or does
>it require an outside agent to activate a script? Example: Every 60
>seconds do myCheck(). Or does something have to nudge it, as an
>external applescript would do by calling a ScriptMaker script inside
>of an FMP datafile?
Revolution supports idle messages; but the use of on idle handlers is
discouraged...in favor of
send "message" [to control] in time [seconds|ticks|milliseconds].
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