Wouldn't it be neat...
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Tue Aug 23 12:20:30 EDT 2016
Bob Sneidar wrote:
> On Aug 22, 2016, at 16:39 , Roger Guay wrote:
>> Clicking a button should only deselect text when the button's
>> traversalOn property is true.
> This is not true for me. I have a field and a popup menu, largely
> because I could not get popup menus to work the way they did in LC6
> (I never used 7). When I select text in the field, then popup the
> menu, it deselects the text in the field. More specifically, it sets
> the insertion point after the selected text.
> With traversal on in the popup menu, the field actually seems to lose
> focus, because the insertion point is no longer in the field, and it
> loses the focus border...
I use context menu frequently, so I double-checked this to see if there
might have been a regression on that. No luck, or only good luck,
depending on one's bent - it only works for me. Try this sample:
One issue may be that in the latest IDE it's no longer possible to set
the traversalOn from the Inspector for popup menu buttons:
As the Inspector gets more fleshed out I find myself going back to my
Props plugin, which shows everything (which may be overwhelming for
some, but if you need seldom-used properties it can be handy):
> ...BUT... the focusOut message does *NOT* get sent to the field!
Hmmm...bug or feature?
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