Hilighting of selected row in Option button, doesn't hilight
mfstuart at cox.net
Wed Mar 4 00:17:29 EST 2009
BTW, this is WINXP, with RunRev 3.0
No that's not it. This is an Option button.
It has several items in the text property.
I select one of the items, which puts the item value into the label
When I click on the Option button again, it opens the list of items, but the
previously selected label isn't shown as hi-lighted in that list of values.
When I mouse over the list, wherever the pointer is. it hi-lights that line.
So I know that it is nothing to do with opaque settings and the like.
> Do you mean that a hilited line in some sort of list or field
> un-hilites when you move away to do something else? This is likely
> normal behavior. I just had a similar issue, and assigned a custom
> property to my object, a list field, so that it would have its hilited
> lines restored when I returned
> It required getting the hilitedLines property and setting a custom
> property in my field to it. This way the field remembers which lines
> were hilited when I left. The hilitedLines property is pretty cool,
> and even works with discontiguous lines.
> If this is even close to what you want, try it out, or write back for
> Craig Newman
> On Mar 3, 2009, at 11:53:24 PM, mfstuart <mfstuart at cox.net> wrote:
> I have an Option button on a card that has values in the text.
> I select from the list and this puts the selected value into the label.
> When I select from the same Option button again, the row in the list
> show hi-lighted.
> Why is this, and how do I get it to show selected in the list?
> Would seem normal to do that in any other software.
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