linkClicked not sent for fields with listbehavior=true

Trevor DeVore lists at mangomultimedia.com
Tue Jul 27 15:34:15 CDT 2004


On Jul 27, 2004, at 1:14 PM, Mark Brownell wrote:
> On Tuesday, July 27, 2004, at 01:03 PM, Trevor DeVore wrote:
>
>> Thanks Chipp.  I noticed another possibility is to use charToNum().  
>> In looking for a workaround I found that chartoNum(clickChar()) = 
>> "32" when I click on an image.  I've tested on OS X.3 and Windows XP 
>> with the same results using two different images.  Anybody know if I 
>> can rely on this value for determining if an image was clicked?
>
> I haven't but I find it inventive and clever to even have tried it. 
> Very interesting discovery. If that works then the clickLine would 
> give you the line number of the rendered htmlText.

That is what I am playing around with right now.

>> This method wouldn't provide the toggled state of the outline like 
>> checking for the current image would, but I may end up storing that 
>> property as an attribute of each line anyway.
>
> So it's possible to store each HTML line of each rendered line in the 
> field. Yet Another great idea.
>
> Thanks for the creative solutions.

I actually was inspired by some stuff I saw by Chipp Walters and Jerry 
Daniels while at the Monterey Rev conference.  You use htmlText along 
with tab stops to have nice graphics along with your text and to store 
data about each line in the field.  The sample I am working on has a 
total of 5 columns but only 2 are visible.  The last 3 store IDs, Type 
and Expanded state.


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Trevor DeVore
Blue Mango Multimedia
trevor at mangomultimedia.com



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