Difference: 0LASubrWidgetDelScrollBtn (1 vs. 2)

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPXRuntimeSubroutineAPI"

.WIDGET DEL SCROLL BTN

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  Also note that normally scroll buttons are not shown on the toolbar. Before you can manipulate them with this routine, you would have to:
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  • Modify the STANDARD TOOLBARS process in 0LC, changing the 'Show on Toolbar' GUI attribute of the appropriate Optional Children on the appropriate images. Save the new process in your application.
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  • Design transfer the STANDARD TOOLBARS process in 0LC into your application.
  • Modify the STANDARD TOOLBARS process in your application and change the 'Show on Toolbar' GUI attribute of the appropriate Optional Children on the appropriate images.
 
  • Hook the --- STANDARD TOOLBARS process with your new process. You can then manipulate the scroll buttons with this subroutine.

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Revision 12012-02-07 - JeanNeron

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPXRuntimeSubroutineAPI"

.WIDGET DEL SCROLL BTN

This subroutine deletes the scroll buttons from the toolbar.


Usage:

      GOSUB    --- .WIDGET DEL SCROLL BTN
      *        Check for errors
      IF       --- .WIDGET DEL SCROLL BTN     NE


Description:

This subroutine deletes the scroll buttons from the toolbar. There are no parameters.

This should be called in the Pre-Display or Global Pre-Display event points. Appx adds these buttons automatically on every iteration of the image, so if you want to remove them, you must call this routine every time as well.

Note that this will delete the underlying --- WIDGET record. You can also hide or unhide the scroll buttons via .WIDGET HIDE SCROLL BTN or .WIDGET SHOW SCROLL BTN

Also note that normally scroll buttons are not shown on the toolbar. Before you can manipulate them with this routine, you would have to:

  • Modify the STANDARD TOOLBARS process in 0LC, changing the 'Show on Toolbar' GUI attribute of the appropriate Optional Children on the appropriate images. Save the new process in your application.
  • Hook the --- STANDARD TOOLBARS process with your new process. You can then manipulate the scroll buttons with this subroutine.

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