how to reject a mouse

xavier.bury at xavier.bury at
Thu Nov 10 08:01:12 CST 2005

Hi Charles

set the autoselect of the field and eventually the traversalON to false
set the locktext to true of course...


simply disable the field (visual change)...


use-revolution-bounces at wrote on 10/11/2005 14:55:16:

> I'm not sure if this is related to the recent "Basic focus issue" 
> thread or not.
> I want to be able (on the basis of whether another button is enabled 
> or not) to refuse the attentions of any mouse-clicks in a field that 
> I'm using as a scrollable list. Trapping mouseUp and/or mouseDown 
> seems not to work (unless I've done something else wrong).
> Is there a right way to do this?
> Charles Hartman
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