mark at maseurope.net
Sun Mar 19 15:04:13 EST 2006
Andre, the trouble is that in the case of interrupting a repeat loop,
you can't test for whether the escape key is down like you can with
So use control/option/command, of course :)
But the escape key would be more natural...
On 19 Mar 2006, at 19:56, Andre Garzia wrote:
> there is a escapekey message...
> on escapekey
> --- crash dive! crash dive!
> end escapekey
> On Mar 19, 2006, at 4:46 PM, Mark Smith wrote:
>> And while we're on the subject, does anyone have a way of finding
>> out if the escape key is down?
>> This would be a more natural key to use to abort, but I can't see
>> a way to do it, it doesn't register with keyDown, and doesn't show
>> up in keysDown()...It might be good to be able to use it like the
>> control/option/command keys.
>> On 19 Mar 2006, at 19:32, Mark Smith wrote:
>>> Maybe a send in time solution?
>>> if the controlkey is down -- user presses the control key
>>> send "go cd x" to me in 10 millisecs
>>> exit to top
>>> end if
>>> end repeat
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