I have wondered if the results he is trying to achieve might prove disastrous if implemented. Would anyone really want a radio button or check box that flipped every time the cursor happened to be in a radio button or check box field? I'd expect users to be pretty upset to see that happening.

I am just wonderin'.... thats all.

But I suppose he could do it programatically by testing the location of the cursor, and if the cursor is on a button or check box, then flip it in the C-specs.







On 3/14/2012 9:42 AM, Dave wrote:
The program running the screen is an RPGIII. Could this have any effect?

Le 12 mars 2012 09:23, Dave<dfx1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
Hi all,

I can't get my choice field to select by using the cursor key then
enter. I have to use the mouse or the space bar. I've added *AUTOENT
although this should already be the default behaviour.

When my screen is shown, choice 1 is selected. If I debug, put the
cursor on choice 2 with the left/right buttons and hit enter, EREFUS =
1 still.

A EREFUS 2Y 0B 14 2SNGCHCFLD((*NUMCOL 2)(*AUTOENT))
A CHOICE(1 'choice one')
A CHOICE(2 'choice two')
A CHCCTL(1&EDEF)
A CHCCTL(2&ETMP)
A CHCUNAVAIL((*COLOR GRN))

Anyone see what's ocurring?


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