Reacting to the user cancelling a print job
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Fri Dec 2 05:12:59 CST 2011
I have had this problem too and solved it. Please post your script.
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On 1 dec 2011, at 18:05, Ben Rubinstein wrote:
> Is there any way to detect that the user is clicking the 'cancel' button on the 'printing' dialog that appears while printing from LiveCode?
> During testing, if I want to cancel an exceptionally long job <cough>infinite loop in code</cough> I'm a bit stuck.
> I can click the 'cancel' button, and the UI reacts (the message above the barber pole changes to "Canceling") but LiveCode doesn't, and I can't figure out where I'd see in code that the user is pressing it. (On the other hand I also can't use command-period to halt the <cough>buggy</cough> script, presumably because the 'printing in progress' dialog catches the keyboard event.)
> Is there a solution to this conundrum?
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