chipp at altuit.com
Sun Jun 20 14:15:23 CDT 2010
Here is also another way to accomplish a similar task when you are trying to set the same property of many objects.
put "name,address,city,state,country" into tItems
repeat for each item I in tItems
set the textfont of field I to "Verdana"
set the fontsize of field I to 9
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On Jun 20, 2010, at 8:21 AM, René Micout <rene.micout at numericable.com> wrote:
> YES !
> That seems obvious when one sees !
> It is sometimes necessary to step aside to see what is right before us.
> Hartelijk dank
> Le 20 juin 2010 à 15:15, Mark Schonewille a écrit :
>> repeat with i = 1 to 21
>> put "btnHarmo" & i into myBtn
>> set the backColor of btn myBtn to 89,149,218
>> end repeat
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>> On 20 jun 2010, at 15:07, René Micout wrote:
>>> I have also this case : no variable but object (button) name :
>>> repeat with i = 1 to 21
>>> put "set the backColor of btn" && quote & "btnHarmo"& i & quote && "to 89,149,218" into vxA ; do vxA
>>> end repeat
>>> is array solution possible ?
>>> or it is necessary to do :
>>> set the backColor of btn "btnHarmo1" to 89,149,218
>>> set the backColor of btn "btnHarmo2" to 89,149,218
>>> set the backColor of btn "btnHarmo3" to 89,149,218
>>> set the backColor of btn "btnHarmo21" to 89,149,218
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