doug at webcrossing.com
Tue Mar 23 02:20:03 CST 2004
But... in order for the mouseDouble message to be recognized you first have
to be in the browser tool. :)
Anyway, I'm trying about 50 combinations to see which might work best.
On 3/23/04 3:53 PM, "Brian Yennie" <briany at qldlearning.com> wrote:
> A few suggestions:
> You won't be able to select text with that tool chosen- that's just not
> how the tool works, in the IDE or an app. If you want to edit text,
> you'll need to "choose browse tool" again.
> It might also be helpful to note that you can select, move, and drag
> objects by script without ever changing tools. Or you could switch
> tools when the user double-clicks on a field, etc.
> - Brian
> On 23 Mar 2004, at 3:01 pm, Doug Lerner wrote:
>> In an app I'm working on, if I have the select tool chosen and click
>> on a
>> text field I can move the text field, resize it and delete it. But I
>> select the text inside the text field in order to modify it. What's the
>> usual way of doing this?
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