Checking status of checkboxes

charles61 cszasz at mac.com
Sun Nov 1 13:44:15 CST 2009


Mark,

Thanks so much! I try your suggestion and it works beautifully! I have
always use true instead of 0 in scripting checkboxes. So, I also learn more
about scripting groups and checkboxes! 

I have thought of using groups but did not have an idea of how to do it.



Mark Schonewille-3 wrote:
> 
> Hi charles61,
> 
> Make a group of the first 11 checkboxes. Call this group "Marked".  
> Group the remaining 13 checkboxes too and call this second group  
> "Switch".
> 
> Put the following script in your button:
> 
> on mouseUp
>    if the hilitedButton of grp "Marked" is 0 then
>      beep
>      answer error "Please, select a category first"
>    else if the hilitedButton of grp "Switch" is 0 then
>      beep
>      answer error "Please check one of the disability areas."
>    else
>      go first marked cd
>    end if
> end mouseUp
> 
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> 
> Mark Schonewille
> 
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> On 1 nov 2009, at 19:59, charles61 wrote:
> 
>>
>> I have two sets of checkboxes. The first set consists of 11  
>> checkboxes and
>> the second set consists of 13 checkboxes. I want to script for the  
>> user to
>> be able to go another marked card if one or more of the first set of
>> checkboxes are checked  AND if one or more of the second set of  
>> checkboxes
>> are checked.
>>
>> In the following script I was able to set up the first condition for  
>> the
>> first set of checkboxes so the user could go to a marked card:
>>
>> on mouseUp
>>   switch
>>      case (the hilite of button "check1" = true )
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check2" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check3" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check4" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check5" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check6" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check7" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check8" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check9" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check10" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>
>>      case (the hilite of button "check11" = true)
>>         go first marked card
>>         break
>>      default
>>         answer information "Please check one of the disability areas."
>>   end switch
>> end mouseUp
>>
>> My question is how do I add the second condition in my switch  
>> statements
>> that one or more of the checkboxes are checked in the second set of
>> checkboxes so that the user can go to the specify marked cards. By  
>> the way,
>> the second set of checkboxes do not determine which marked cards the  
>> user
>> can to. The second condition of the second checkboxes is only that  
>> one or
>> more of the checkboxes are checked.
> 
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