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Runtime/AutoLISP / Problem with grid event OnKeyDown in OpenDcl 9.0.6.1
« Last post by hildevascorou on May 27, 2020, 04:37:34 AM »
Hi

I have a problem with the "OnKeyDown" event in the GRID inserted in a TAB control the event is not triggered.
I have already created an application with this situation with the GRID inserted directly into the form accordingly. I don't know if it is a problem with version 9.0.6.1 or because it is within the tab of the TAB control.
I already found an example on the forum for this situation that was not using this event because it was not available in the GRID control.
What I need is a simple example using these events and browsing certain cells in a column with an up arrow, down arrow or type TAB

I wish someone could help me.

Thank you

Hildebrando
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Runtime/AutoLISP / Problem with grid event OnKeyDown in OpenDcl 9.0.6.1
« Last post by hildevascorou on May 08, 2020, 06:02:51 AM »
Hi

I have a problem with event "OnKeyDown" in GRID inserted in a TAB control the event is not triggered.
I already created an application with this situation having the GRID inserted directly in the form in this sense I do not know if it is a problem of version 9.0.6.1 or because it is within the tab of the TAB control.
I already found an example in the forum for this situation that was without using this event because it was not available in the GRID control.
What I need is a simple example using these events and navigating in certain cells in a column with up arrow, down arrow or enter

I would appreciate that someone can help me

Thank you

Hildebrando
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Thank you very much Owen!, I didn't have the opendcl.x64.19.arx file corresponding with the last version of the OpenDCL Runtime.
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You should be using the same version of OpenDCL Runtime, the same .odcl file(s), and the same .lsp file(s) on all supported AutoCAD versions including AutoCAD 2013 and AutoCAD 2020.
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Hello, I have created a Dialog Box with the last version of OPENDCL (9.0.6.1). I made the codding for AutoCAD 2020 and it has not problem running, but when I fixed the code for the arx for AutoCAD 2013 (loading opendcl.x64.19.arx) using the same .odcl file, the project cannot be loaded. Should I do the Dialog box in OPENDCL V7.0 if i want to assure compatibility with ACAD 2013 and 2020?

There is some different syntax in the functions for the different arx. For example:

ACAD 2020 arx ---> (dcl-Project-Load "STDB" T)
ACAD 2013 arx ---> (dcl_Project_Load "STDB" T)

The Paths for the files are already in ACAD search paths.

Thanks in advance.
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Studio/Dialog Editor / Re: Option list in 4k
« Last post by goodonline on April 07, 2020, 05:36:42 AM »
Not a problem, I will utilize the option buttons instead.

Thank you for all you do Owen.

- Rob.
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Studio/Dialog Editor / Re: Option list in 4k
« Last post by owenwengerd on April 06, 2020, 05:57:19 PM »
I don't recall details, but apparently it was difficult or impossible to make the optionlist _not_ use the visual style, so it is not necessarily "by design", but more like "too hard to fix".
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Studio/Dialog Editor / Re: Option list in 4k
« Last post by goodonline on April 06, 2020, 02:14:20 PM »
The "option button" has the 'use visual style' checkbox in the properties.
The "optionList" does not.

Is this by design.

I will convert the list to individual buttons if it is by design.
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Studio/Dialog Editor / Re: Option list in 4k
« Last post by goodonline on April 06, 2020, 06:19:25 AM »
Is that option within the OpenDCL editor under the Optionlist Properties? (I cannot find the setting to 'uncheck')

I did find the lisp function which I have had no luck using:
dcl-Control-SetUseVisualStyle "name of control" nil)

Thanks Owen,

- Rob.

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Studio/Dialog Editor / Re: Option list in 4k
« Last post by owenwengerd on April 05, 2020, 05:19:42 PM »
Does it help if you uncheck 'Use visual style' for the radio buttons?
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