Beginners Unanswered Questions
Ron at USMedRec.com
Tue May 9 20:46:52 UTC 2006
I tried this already and was really confused by it. I used a paste up and
two text fields. I found the method valueAtCursor which returned the active
text field, and by following what the code was doing with tab I found this
method. I expected that setting the keyboard focus through an inspector
that something would happen. Nothing did, even valueAtCursor didnt change.
I noticed that moving my mouse stole the cursor but I figured that since
valueAtCursor didnt change that it didnt work the way I expected it too
and there was more to the story then I understood. There was a bunch of
other code besides this method, so I figured there had to be an easier way!
I would seem to me that having the mouse steal focus would be a disaster for
forms and business UIs where using a mouse in most cases is not recommended
is there a way to turn that off or disable it while in a Morphic? (Until
another Morphic is selected)
Is the answer for Marcus use MVC or wxSqueak?
From: Hernan Tylim [mailto:htylim at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 09, 2006 4:21 PM
To: Ron at usmedrec.com; The general-purpose Squeak developers list
Subject: Re: Beginners Unanswered Questions
Hi, about this one:
On 5/9/06, Ron Teitelbaum <Ron at usmedrec.com> wrote:
how to set the focus on to a textMorph
ActiveHand newKeyboardFocus: aTextMorph.
ActiveHand is a global which points to the HandMorph instance of the active
world (you can also access this instance from inside any Morph with
BTW, when dealing with keyboard focus remember that Squeak has a "keyboard
focus follows mouse" policy. So even if you are setting it up
programatically any other morph might steal your keyboard focus. (try it
with a browser, start typing inside the text pane and move your mouse to any
of the upper lists).
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