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Cursor keys on a list (/view)

 [1/2] from: cybarite:sympatico:ca at: 10-Sep-2001 20:52

Have a look at the calculator script by Jeff Kreis in the rebol script library. It shows how to re-act to all of the numeric keys plus "+", "-" .... If you do not want a visible key, then you can link the keycodes to a sensor { ===Sensor ---Purpose A sensor is an invisible user interface element. Using a sensor only makes sense in a few instances. If you want a keycode action where there is no visible user interface element to link the action to then a sensor can be used. This sensor code adds an Escape or Back or Enter action that will close the window. sensor 1x1 keycode [#"^M" #" " #"^(back)" #"^(ESC)"] [unview] } At 09:58 AM 9/10/01 -0700, you wrote:

 [2/2] from: rgagliardi:home at: 10-Sep-2001 9:58

Hi All, (This is probably a /view newbie question.) I need to support cursor-keys on a list face, i.e. up-arrow -> up one line, pg-dn -> down one page, etc. I can make buttons that will do that, but I can't find a way to specify the cursor keys as characters for the buttons to respond to. Besides, I really don't want to have those buttons on the form (though I suppose I could locate and size them to go along with the slider. Any suggestions? Thanks! -- Ric