|Code||Can be called by||Definition|
|4||4D View Pro Area - 4D Write Pro area - Button - Button Grid - Check Box - Combo Box - Dropdown list - Form - Hierarchical List - Input - List Box - List Box Column - Picture Button - Picture Pop up menu - Plug-in Area - Progress Indicators - Radio Button - Ruler - Spinner - Splitter - Stepper - Tab control||A click occurred on an object|
On Clicked event is generated when the user clicks on an object.
Some form objects can be activated with the keyboard. For example, once a check box gets the focus, it can be entered using the space bar. In such a case, the
On Clickedevent is still generated.
On Clicked event usually occurs once the mouse button is released. However, there are several exceptions:
- Invisible buttons: The
On Clickedevent occurs as soon as the click is made and does not wait for the mouse button to be released.
- Rulers: If the Execute object method option is set to true, the
On Clickedevent occurs as soon as the click is made.
- Combo boxes: The
On Clickedevent occurs only if the user selects another value in the associated menu. A combo box must be treated as an enterable text area whose associated drop-down list provides default values. Consequently, you handle data entry within a combo box through the
On Before Keystroke,
On After Keystrokeand
On Data Changeevents.
- Drop-down lists: The
On Clickedevent occurs only if the user selects another value in the menu. The
On Data Changeevent allows you to detect the activation of the object when a value different from the current value is selected
- When a list box input cell is being edited, the
On Clickedevent is generated when the mouse button is pressed, allowing to use the
Contextual clickcommand for example.
In the context of an
On Clicked event, you can test the number of clicks made by the user by means of the
On Clicked and On Double Clicked
On Clicked or
On Double Clicked object event property is selected for an object, you can detect and handle the clicks within or on the object, using the
FORM event command that returns
On Clicked or
On Double Clicked, depending on the case.
If both events are selected for an object, the
On Clicked and then the
On Double Clicked events will be generated when the user double-clicks the object.
4D View Pro
This event is generated when the user clicks anywhere on a 4D View Pro document. On this context, the event object returned by the
FORM Event command contains:
|objectName||text||4D View Pro area name|
|sheetName||text||Name of the sheet of the event|
If(FORM Event.code=On Clicked) VP SET CELL STYLE(FORM Event.range;New object("backColor";"green")) End if