Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Thu Feb 26 13:50:11 CST 2004
That makes my ramblings useless. :-)
Good for you.
Would you share it when you are done???
On Feb 26, 2004, at 2:12 PM, Dan Soneson wrote:
>> Check into the selectedLoc function. This would allow you to (under
>> lockScreen) select the chunk of text that is your placeholder, then
>> the selectedLoc() to determine where the topLeft corner of the
>> is, and then use that to draw your entry field.
>> Ken Ray
> Thanks, Ken. That's perfect! I simply use a unique initial character
> for each word and another unique end character. I then use the offset
> function to identify and select each character in turn, get the x,y
> coordinates, do a bit of recalculation and then create a field that
> begins at the initial character and ends after the ending character.
> I don't even have to delete this word, just cover it with the new
> field. It works and looks terrific.
> Thanks again.
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Thomas J. McGrath III
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