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AW: vrf Stop Vee Program within Dotnet Userfunction

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 23, 2006
Thanks Paul...good job !
Lady was satiesfied

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Von: Paul.Fowler@raytheon.co.uk [mailto:Paul.Fowler@raytheon.co.uk]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 22. Februar 2006 12:18
An: VRF
Cc: VRF
Betreff: Re: [vrf] Stop Vee Program within Dotnet Userfunction


Looks like event handlers are still a special case.
I usually put a "showPanel" in the event handler to give the user a vee
button to click. see attached example.

If you really don't want the confirmation dialog, you could assign the vee
button to a function key, show the panel with a size of (1,0), and use one
of the SendKeys tricks to press it programatically.

Cheers
Paul F.
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