|Subject:||Re: TAG in dialog box
|Date:||Wed, 12 Sep 2018 08:22:11 -0400
|From:||"Steven Green" <email@example.com>
there it is, makes total sense.. I have some major dialogs in my generic
shell, most important being the print control.. that's how you do the
if field A = "this" then SELECTCONTROL "mybutton" else SELECTCONTROL
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"Bernie van't Hof" wrote in message
Rather than responding individually, thanks all.
While writing this I stumbled on the answer ..
SELECTCONTROL <<Tag>> Navigates within the dialog (available only within a
CONTROLVALUE(<<Tag>>[,<<Label>>]) determines the value of any control
element within a dialog box
RESYNCCONTROL <<Tag>> resynchronizes the specified control within a dialog
there may be others, but it now makes sense.
Dialog boxes look like being a whole new adventure.
On 11/9/18 2:21 am, Bernie van't Hof wrote:
> What's TAG <expr> in a SHOWDIALOG do?
> Help not showing it as optional, but my old code works fine without it.