Button does not receive mouseUP after disabling then enabling button

Martin Koob mkoob at rogers.com
Sat Aug 15 22:44:49 CEST 2015


Hi Randy

I put the send "set state on" to me in 3 seconds in order to replicate what
was happening in my application in a simple stack to see if the issue would
happen with simple commands in one button and it did.

What actually happens in the application is that a command is sent then a
callback is received.  Before the process command is called I set the state
to off.  Once the callback is received I can set the state back to on.


on mouseUp
   setState "off"
   startMyProcess
end mouseUp

on MyProcessCompletedCallback
   setState "on"
end MyProcessCompletedCallback

on setState pState
   lock screen
   if pState is "on" then
      enable me
      set the name of me to "on"
   else
      disable me
      set the name of me to "off"
   end if
   unlock screen
end setState

I am trying wait with messages at various points in my application script
but it does not resolve it in this case.

Martin





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