Microsoft KB Archive/105151
FIX: WHEN Clause Not Invoked When Bar Is Moved
2.50 WINDOWS kbprg kbfixlist kbbuglist
The information in this article applies to:
Moving a bar does not invoke the WHEN clause in a popup defined with the MOVER clause. The expected behavior is for the WHEN clause to be invoked every time the bar is moved.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in FoxPro 2.5 for Windows. This problem was corrected in FoxPro 2.5a for Windows.
Steps to Reproduce Problem
1. Create and run a program with the following code:
DEFINE POPUP test MOVER DEFINE BAR 1 OF test PROMPT 'one' DEFINE BAR 2 OF test PROMPT 'two' DEFINE BAR 3 OF test PROMPT 'three' @ 10,10 GET x POPUP test DEFAULT 1 WHEN mywhen() READ PROCEDURE mywhen WAIT WINDOW 'In WHEN'
2. Note that the WAIT WINDOW, which is called by the WHEN clause, is
3. Click and release bar "one." The WAIT WINDOW clears. 4. Click the button on bar "one" and drag it to another position.
Release the mouse button.
The WAIT WINDOW does not display. Additional reference words: FoxWin 2.50 buglist2.50 fixlist2.50a pop-up KBCategory: kbprg kbfixlist kbbuglist KBSubcategory: FxprgGeneral Solution Type : kbfix
Last Reviewed: October 14, 1997