graphic radio buttons
Ken Norris (dialup)
pixelbird at interisland.net
Sun Feb 10 18:48:01 EST 2002
on 2/10/02 12:11 AM, Mark Mitchell at mark_mitchell at kmug.org wrote:
> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com writes:
> I don't have buttons, I have graphics. Like a square or circle or polygon.
> Any ideas?
> I do this sort of thing all the time. Every selection just DEselects all
> objects in the
> group prior to selecting the clicked on object
> on mouseUp
> repeat with i = XX to YY
> set the selected of object i to false
> end repeat
> set the selected of me to true
> end mouseUp
This works just fine, of course, for selecting the object. That is, until
you have, what was it?...30,000 of them. Then the loop will have the user
getting pretty long in the tooth before the clicked object gets selected.
You can, however, store the ID of the last object clicked, and just deselect
it when you select the next one. There is no loop involved. You can even use
one offscreen handler (subroutine) to do it, as well as whatever other
operations happen, even ones specific to the ID of the object, which is what
radio buttons are generally used for.
How about this:
if i is not empty then
set the selected of graphic ID i to false
resetStuff -- maybe to graphic ID i?
put the ID of the target into i
set the selected of the target to true
doStuff -- maybe to the target?
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