Sending mouseup to checkboxes on different card
cszasz at mac.com
Wed Oct 20 12:47:20 EDT 2010
I understand your previous e-mail about using custom handlers. I have never used this concept before. But I am not following you when you sent the following:
f one uses full reference in the called script (that is script in
btn b of cd y refers to itself as btn b of cd y) then going to that
card before running that script is not needed.
While the script that Klaus posted works, I still want to fully understand your comments above. Could you elaborate further?
cszasz at mac.com
On Oct 20, 2010, at 12:30 PM, Robert Brenstein [via Runtime Revolution] wrote:
> On 20.10.10 at 18:04 +0200 Klaus on-rev apparently wrote:
> > >> Anyway, your script may fail if your mouseup function does sth that
> >>> refers to the buttons on the other card, which are not present on the
> >>> current card and it does not make full reference to them but only
> >>> uses short names.
> >To avoid this and other traps when sending "mouseup" to object on
> >other cards you coul do this and
> >since there is no "defaultCard" (like "defaultstack") that we can
> >set, we have to go to all the cards to
> >avoid this above mentioned phenomenon!
> If one uses full reference in the called script (that is script in
> btn b of cd y refers to itself as btn b of cd y) then going to that
> card before running that script is not needed.
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