making a popup insert text.
revdan at danshafer.com
Mon Oct 3 15:32:28 CDT 2005
OK, so that's pretty straight-forward.
Once the user makes a choice from either an option menu or a combo
box, you can get the choice:
In both cases, the current user choice is sored as the label of the
put the label of button "choicemaker1" into scriptLineToAdd
On Oct 3, 2005, at 1:03 PM, Bob Hartley wrote:
> You wrote:
> Hi Dan
>> Not sure exactly what you mean by that question, but if you use a
>> box (I assume that's what you meant and not an option box, which
>> exist), you don't have to do any programming to get the user's
>> to show up in the box portion of the object. That's built-in
> It was an option menu, but a combo box will do.
> What I want is a preference stack with a box or menu that has
> things on it
> 2 fields
> 3 fields
> 4 fields
> Depending on the choice, it adds the script into a button. eg a
> on mouseup
> copy 3 fields to stack xyz
> end mouseup
> IE it is a way of allowing the enduser to modify the function of a
> from a list of choices.
>> Just set the alternative choices in the Property Inspector for the
>> box and, voila!, done.
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