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How to Activate Buttons While a Browse Window Is Open

PSS ID Number: 102456

Article Last Modified on 7/15/2004



The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft FoxBASE+ for Macintosh 2.01



This article was previously published under Q102456

The code example below demonstrates one method of having buttons active while a Browse window is open. When the following program example is executed, a Browse window with two buttons below it will appear. An alert box will be displayed when either button is chosen.

WARNING: ANY USE BY YOU OF THE CODE PROVIDED IN THIS ARTICLE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. Microsoft provides this code "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose.

   DO WHILE .t.

   SCREEN 1 TYPE 2 HEADING " " AT 250,114 SIZE 47,100 PIXELS ;
     FONT "Geneva",12 TOP
   @ PIXELS 27,32 SAY "Mark" FONT "Geneva",270

   SCREEN 2 TYPE 2 HEADING " " AT 250,282 SIZE 47,100 PIXELS ;
     FONT "Geneva",12 TOP
   @ PIXELS 27,22 SAY "Unmark" FONT "Geneva",270

   SCREEN 4 TYPE 2 AT -20,1 SIZE 1,1 PIXELS TOP
   BROWSE AT 50,40 SIZE 150,400 SAVE

   IF SYS(1035)='1' THEN
     ALERT NOTE 1 "You marked it!"
   ELSE
     IF SYS(1035)='2' THEN
       ALERT NOTE 1 "You unmarked it!"
     ELSE
       SCREEN 4 OFF
       SCREEN 4 DELETE
      EXIT
     ENDIF
   ENDIF
   ENDDO

   SCREEN 1 DELETE
   SCREEN 2 DELETE
        


Additional query words: 2.01 example screen button browse

Keywords: KB102456
Technology: kbAudDeveloper kbFoxBASE201Mac kbFoxBASESearch kbFoxproSearch kbHWMAC kbOSMAC