prevent too fast typing, how to?
JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 7 12:10:19 CST 2007
Try trapping the 'rawkey down' code for the '000' and see if you can just
substitute the '0'
On 3/7/07 10:00 AM, "Peter Alcibiades" <palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk>
> I'd like to do the following. If 000 is typed at superhuman speed, only the
> first 0 should make it into a field. But if 000 is typed at normal human
> rates, all three should.
> Can you think of any way to do this?
> The problem is a keypad with a 000 key right next to the 0 key. All it does
> is keypress followed by keyrelease, superfast, three times. I know the users
> are going to press it by mistake, and then they are going to get very
> flustered when they see their amounts in thousands not tens. So I'd like
> some way to make it just result in one 0 being entered.
> Grateful as ever for any hints!
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