Booth,

I don't know your screen layout, but if the dropdown is always in a relative
position to the field, like starting in the same column but two rows down, you
may be able to adjust accordingly.

I thought that there was something about field locations discussed on this list
or the RPG-L quite a while back.  I think that it always resulted in parsing the
source and creating your own reference file.  I've seen a program that created a
table that you placed in your program, but never liked that idea.

For an example of what I did, log on at netshare400 as wyatterp and look at
program GLNOINQX in QPGMSRC and /COPY member $WINDOWPSN in file #RPGCPY.

Booth Martin wrote:
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> This is an interesting refinement. Thank you for sharing it. I like the idea
> but would like to go one step farther.  Is it possible to find the location
> of a field on the screen? Not the cursor location, but rather the field
> itself?
>


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