dburgun at dsl.pipex.com
Thu Oct 13 11:00:14 CDT 2005
Ok, I've got it working now, you are right using the hilitedline
property is much more reliable, but one further question:
How can I un-lite a line in a field?
Thanks a lot
>this could be a selectionchanged handler intercepting it...
>try to run this handler with "lock messages" before you run it...
>if it still kills the (it's NOT a thread) execution, it's probably an
>error in myline... If it runs, there's a frontscript (maybe) event handler
>catching your change of selection (but im doudtfull)...
>BTW, to hilite a line in a "listbehavior" field, i've found it more
>reliable to use "set the hilitedline of fld x to myline" than the
>good old "select line..."
>use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com wrote on 13/10/2005 15:07:49:
>> Hi All,
>> I am experiencing a problem using a Field List. I have a handler that
>> updates the field, and in it I have the following lines:
>> enable me
>> disable me
>> select line myLine of me
>> All of which, when stepped over with the debugger cause the Handler
>> to quit, actually the whole message thread in killed.
>> Does anyone have any idea of what could be causing this problem?
>> Thanks a lot
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