B4i Library [Class] Customdialog

Brian Robinson

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Hi Filippo,

Thanks for this class. I just wanted to let you know that I have extended the class for my own use so that it can have input values as well. Thought you might be interested.

I have included an example.

Cheers
Brian
 

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Brian Robinson

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Hi Filippo,

Thanks for this class. I just wanted to let you know that I have extended the class for my own use so that it can have input values as well. Thought you might be interested.

I have included an example.

Cheers
Brian
Hi Filippo,

If you have time can you run the example i put on here. another user said it did nothing when he pressed the ok button, but works fine on the two devices I have.

Cheers.
Brian
 

little3399

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Hi,Brian Robinson

I found a strange case ,Your demo if in the debug mode can work very well ,but if in the releae mode ,it can not running , when press OK BUTTON , it can not show anythins !

 

Brian Robinson

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Hi,

Did you just run the demo, or have you made changes?

I use this code in an App in the app store and it works fine so should work in release mode.

Cheers
Brian
 

abarnett

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To get the buttons to fire the event in my main code (cdSearch) I had to do this;

cd.Initialize(Me,Page2,"cdSearch",pnlUser,Colors.LightGray)

cd.AddView(pnlUser, cd.width, 300)
cd.Show("Search Results", Array As String("OK"),Null)

cdDialog=cd <------------- without this cdSearch_Click does not fire

where both cd and cdDialog are dim as customdialog
 
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