Is there a way to get an "exitGroup" behavior when someone clicks a non-group field
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Jun 26 12:13:08 CDT 2012
Like others, I'm not sure what you're looking for.
If you want to run a script after the user clicks outside a field, use the closeField and exitField messages. You could also add a graphic to the group, behind all the controls of the group, and add a mouseUp handler to this graphic.
As mike wrote, you can disable all controls while the group is visible. That would make your interface less confusing for the user.
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On 26 jun 2012, at 17:54, Dr. Hawkins wrote:
> I have a group that pops up under certain circumstances to gather more
> fields and merge them for the target field.
> I have it's termination behavior working correctly--when it terminates
> The problem is that I can click into a field outside the group without
> triggering it, at which point it could keep values that could
> "contaminate" another groupl.
> Do I need to watch for mouseDown for any other target, or some such?
> Check for the new focuse somehow on both exitFIeld and CloseField?
> It seems that there *should* be an exitGroup or exitGroupFields type event
> Or something like "if the focusedObject is not a member of this group
> then . . ." type construct
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