Android Question Droppy library

Discussion in 'Android Questions' started by RB Smissaert, Aug 16, 2019 at 8:33 AM.

  1. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Came across this library and it looks very nice indeed:
    https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/droppy-dropdown-menu.81918/

    I am thinking I could use this to replace the regular 3-dot overflow menu.
    Main reason to do this is to do with the fact that there is no simple way (via an event
    triggered by clicking the 3 dots) to hide the keyboard before showing the menu.
    Other benefits are the menu item separators and the menu item icons you can add.

    Now I have 3 questions to do with this library:
    1. How does the AppCompat library come into play? As far as I can see this library is not used in the supplied example app and I can remove the AppCompat library and the demo app, still works fine.
    2. Could I initialize(anchor) the DroppyMenuPopup to an ACMenuItem of my AppCompat ACMenu?
    This would avoid the trouble of placing the 3-dot button in the right place on the AC Toolbar.
    3. Is there any example somewhere showing Droppy used with an AppCompat Toolbar?

    RBS
     
  2. DonManfred

    DonManfred Expert Licensed User

    1. It depends in a Material Theme
    2. I don´t think so. You need to use the Native Menu and extend it with your own items. There is a Tutorial about
    3. You can add a view to your toolbar and anchor the Droppy to this View.
     
  3. DonManfred

    DonManfred Expert Licensed User

     

    Attached Files:

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  4. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Thanks for that, all working well.
    I have one problem and that is sofar I am unable to pick up the Droppy button (the view the droppy is anchored to) Click event, so
    I can hide the keyboard. Is there some droppy event that happens before the menu is shown?

    Code of Main:

    Code:
    #Region  Project Attributes 
     
    #ApplicationLabel: B4A Example
     
    #VersionCode: 1
     
    #VersionName
     
    'SupportedOrientations possible values: unspecified, landscape or portrait.
     #SupportedOrientations: unspecified
     
    #CanInstallToExternalStorage: False
    #End Region

    #Region  Activity Attributes 
     
    #FullScreen: False
     
    #IncludeTitle: True
    #End Region
    #Extends: android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity
    #AdditionalRes: ..\Resource
     
    Sub Process_Globals

    End Sub

    Sub Globals
     
     
    Private ACToolBarLight1 As ACToolBarLight
     
    Private ToolbarHelper As ACActionBar
     
    Dim pop As DroppyMenuPopup
     
     
    Dim libIME As IME
     
    Private bKeyboardVisible As Boolean
     
    Private btnDroppy As Button
     
    Private EditText1 As EditText
     
    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Create(FirstTime As Boolean)
     
     
    Activity.LoadLayout("1")
     
    Dim bd As BitmapDrawable
     bd.Initialize(
    LoadBitmap(File.DirAssets, "smiley.png"))
     ACToolBarLight1.NavigationIconDrawable = bd

     btnDroppy.Initialize(
    "btnDroppy")
     
     ACToolBarLight1.AddView(btnDroppy,
    75dip,50dip,Gravity.RIGHT)
     
     pop.Initialize(
    "Droppy",btnDroppy)
     
     
    Dim cb As CheckBox
     cb.Initialize(
    "cb")
     cb.Text=
    "Check Me!"
     cb.Color=
    Colors.Red
     cb.TextSize=
    20
     cb.TextColor=
    Colors.White

     pop.addMenuItem(
    "Test1").addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem("Options").addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.addSeparator.addMenuItem("Options1a").addMenuItem("Options1b").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     
     ToolbarHelper.Initialize
     ToolbarHelper.ShowUpIndicator = 
    False 'set to true to show the up arrow
     ACToolBarLight1.InitMenuListener
     
     libIME.Initialize(
    "IME")
     libIME.AddHeightChangedEvent
     
    End Sub

    Sub btnDroppy_Click
     
     
    Log("btnDroppy_Click")
     
     
    If bKeyboardVisible Then
      HideKeyboard
     
    End If
     
    End Sub

    Sub IME_HeightChanged(NewHeight As Int, OldHeight As Int)

     bKeyboardVisible = NewHeight < OldHeight
     
    Log("IME_HeightChanged, bKeyboardVisible: " & bKeyboardVisible)
     
    End Sub

    Sub HideKeyboard()

     libIME.HideKeyboard
     bKeyboardVisible = 
    False
     
    End Sub

    Sub Droppy_onClicked(view As Object, index As Int)
     
     
    Log($"Droppy_onClicked(${view}, ${index})"$)
     
     
    If view Is Button Then
      
    Log("btn")
     
    else if view Is Label Then
      
    Log("lbl")
     
    else if view Is CheckBox Then
      
    Log("chk")
     
    else if view Is DroppyMenuItemView Then
      
    Dim item As DroppyMenuItemView = view
      
    Log(item.ChildCount)
      
    If item.ChildCount = 1 Then
       
    If item.getChildAt(0Is Label Then
        
    Dim lbl As Label = item.getChildAt(0)
        
    Log(lbl.Text)
       
    End If
      
    End If
     
    End If
     
    End Sub

    Sub Droppy_onDismissed()
     
    Log($"Droppy_onDismissed()"$)
    End Sub

    Sub ACToolBarLight1_NavigationItemClick
     
    Log("click1")
    End Sub

    Sub Activity_CreateMenu(Menu As ACMenu)
     
     
    Menu.Clear

     
    Dim item As ACMenuItem
     
    'Menu.Add2(10, 1, "Plus one", xml.GetDrawable("ic_plus_one_black_24dp")).ShowAsAction = item.SHOW_AS_ACTION_IF_ROOM
     'Menu.Add2(20, 2, "Refresh", xml.GetDrawable("ic_refresh_black_24dp")).ShowAsAction = item.SHOW_AS_ACTION_ALWAYS

     item = 
    Menu.Add(13"Overflow1"Null)
     
    Menu.Add(24"Overflow2"Null)
     
    Menu.Add(35"Overflow3"Null)


    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Resume
    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Pause (UserClosed As Boolean)
    End Sub

    #If Java

    public boolean _onCreateOptionsMenu(android.view.Menu menu) {
        if (processBA.subExists("activity_createmenu")) {
            processBA.raiseEvent2(null, true, "activity_createmenu", false, new de.amberhome.objects.appcompat.ACMenuWrapper(menu));
            return true;
        }
        else
            return false;
    }
    #End If

    RBS
     
  5. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    If I don't anchor the Droppy to the button then the button click event fires fine, so it looks the Droppy consumes the event and one can't use
    it anymore for other purposes.

    RBS
     
  6. DonManfred

    DonManfred Expert Licensed User

    yes it does. it consumes it to open the Popup. This is how the Droppy is working.
     
  7. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    So, is there any way I can detect that the button is clicked or the Droppy menu is going to be displayed, so I can hide the keyboard?

    RBS
     
  8. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    This is one solution.

    Code:
    Sub Activity_Create(FirstTime As Boolean)
     
     
    Activity.LoadLayout("1")
     
    Dim bd As BitmapDrawable
     bd.Initialize(
    LoadBitmap(File.DirAssets, "smiley.png"))
     ACToolBarLight1.NavigationIconDrawable = bd

     btnDroppy.Initialize(
    "btnDroppy")
     
     ACToolBarLight1.AddView(btnDroppy,
    75dip,50dip,Gravity.RIGHT)
     
     ToolbarHelper.Initialize
     ToolbarHelper.ShowUpIndicator = 
    False 'set to true to show the up arrow
     ACToolBarLight1.InitMenuListener
     
     libIME.Initialize(
    "IME")
     libIME.AddHeightChangedEvent
     
    End Sub

    Sub AddDroppy
     
     pop.Initialize(
    "Droppy", btnDroppy)
     
     
    Dim cb As CheckBox
     cb.Initialize(
    "cb")
     cb.Text=
    "Check Me!"
     cb.Color=
    Colors.Red
     cb.TextSize=
    20
     cb.TextColor=
    Colors.White
     
     pop.addMenuItem(
    "Test1").addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem("Options").addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.addSeparator.addMenuItem("Options1a").addMenuItem("Options1b").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     pop.show
     
    End Sub

    Sub ResetBtnDroppy
     
     btnDroppy.RemoveView
     btnDroppy.Initialize(
    "btnDroppy")
     ACToolBarLight1.AddView(btnDroppy,
    75dip,50dip,Gravity.RIGHT)
     
    End Sub

    Sub btnDroppy_Click()
     
     
    Log("btnDroppy_Click")
     
     
    If bKeyboardVisible Then
      HideKeyboard
     
    End If
     
     AddDroppy
     ResetBtnDroppy

    End Sub
    Not nice but it works fine.

    RBS
     
  9. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Spoke to soon, there are funny things happening when doing it this way.
    For starters the icon doesn't show and stranger things happen when I use labels.

    RBS
     
  10. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Got most of it working, but having a problem when adding labels as in the attached code.

    Code:
    #Region  Project Attributes 
     
    #ApplicationLabel: B4A Example
     
    #VersionCode: 1
     
    #VersionName
     
    'SupportedOrientations possible values: unspecified, landscape or portrait.
     #SupportedOrientations: unspecified
     
    #CanInstallToExternalStorage: False
    #End Region

    #Region  Activity Attributes 
     
    #FullScreen: False
     
    #IncludeTitle: True
    #End Region
    #Extends: android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity
    #AdditionalRes: ..\Resource
     
    Sub Process_Globals

    End Sub

    Sub Globals
     
     
    Private ACToolBarLight1 As ACToolBarLight
     
    Private ToolbarHelper As ACActionBar
     
    Private pop As DroppyMenuPopup
     
    Private libIME As IME
     
    Private bKeyboardVisible As Boolean
     
    Private btnDroppy As Button
     
    Private EditText1 As EditText

    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Create(FirstTime As Boolean)
     
     libIME.Initialize(
    "IME")
     libIME.AddHeightChangedEvent
     
     
    Activity.LoadLayout("1")
     
    Dim bd As BitmapDrawable
     bd.Initialize(
    LoadBitmap(File.DirAssets, "smiley.png"))
     ACToolBarLight1.NavigationIconDrawable = bd
     
     btnDroppy.Initialize(
    "btnDroppy")
     btnDroppy.Text = 
    "3 Dots :-)"
     btnDroppy.TextSize = 
    10
     
     ACToolBarLight1.AddView(btnDroppy,
    75dip,50dip,Gravity.RIGHT)
     ToolbarHelper.Initialize
     ToolbarHelper.ShowUpIndicator = 
    False 'set to true to show the up arrow
     ACToolBarLight1.InitMenuListener
     
    End Sub

    Sub btnDroppy_Click()
     
     
    Log("btnDroppy_Click")
     
     
    If bKeyboardVisible Then
      HideKeyboard
     
    End If
     
     AddDroppy 
    'only now add the Droppy
     ResetBtnDroppy 'remove the Droppy
     
    End Sub

    Sub AddDroppy
     
     pop.Initialize(
    "Droppy", btnDroppy)
     
     
    Dim lbl1 As Label
     lbl1.Initialize(
    "lbl1")
     lbl1.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl1.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl1.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl1.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl1.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl1.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl1.Text = 
    "Test1"
     
     
    Dim cb As CheckBox
     cb.Initialize(
    "cb")
     cb.Text=
    "Check Me!"
     cb.Color= 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     cb.TextSize=
    14
     cb.TextColor=
    Colors.Black
      
     
    Dim lbl2 As Label
     lbl2.Initialize(
    "lbl2")
     lbl2.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl2.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl2.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl2.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl2.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl2.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl2.Text = 
    "Options"
     
     
    Dim lbl3 As Label
     lbl3.Initialize(
    "lbl3")
     lbl3.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl3.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl3.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl3.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl3.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl3.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl3.Text = 
    "Options1a"
     
     
    Dim lbl4 As Label
     lbl4.Initialize(
    "lbl4")
     lbl4.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl4.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl4.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl4.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl4.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl4.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl4.Text = 
    "Options1b"
     
     
    'Options doesn't respond here
     pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem3(lbl2).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.addSeparator.addMenuItem("Options1a").addMenuItem("Options1b").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     
     
    'pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem3(lbl2).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.addSeparator.addMenuItem("Options1a").addMenuItem("Options1b").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
      'pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem3(lbl2).addSeparator.addMenuItem3(lbl3).addMenuItem3(lbl4).triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     
     pop.show
     
    End Sub

    Sub ResetBtnDroppy
     
     btnDroppy.RemoveView
     btnDroppy.Initialize(
    "btnDroppy")
     ACToolBarLight1.AddView(btnDroppy,
    75dip,50dip,Gravity.RIGHT)
     
    End Sub

    Sub IME_HeightChanged(NewHeight As Int, OldHeight As Int)

     bKeyboardVisible = NewHeight < OldHeight
     
    Log("IME_HeightChanged, bKeyboardVisible: " & bKeyboardVisible)
     
    End Sub

    Sub HideKeyboard()

     libIME.HideKeyboard
     bKeyboardVisible = 
    False
     
    End Sub

    Sub Droppy_onClicked(view As Object, index As Int)
     
     
    Log($"Droppy_onClicked(${view}, ${index})"$)
     
     
    If view Is Button Then
      
    Log("btn")
     
    else if view Is Label Then
      
    Log("lbl")
     
    else if view Is CheckBox Then
      
    Log("chk")
     
    else if view Is DroppyMenuItemView Then
      
    Dim item As DroppyMenuItemView = view
      
    Log(item.ChildCount)
      
    If item.ChildCount = 1 Then
       
    If item.getChildAt(0Is Label Then
        
    Dim lbl As Label = item.getChildAt(0)
        
    Log(lbl.Text)
       
    End If
      
    End If
     
    End If
     
    End Sub

    Sub Droppy_onDismissed()
     
    Log($"Droppy_onDismissed()"$)
    End Sub

    Sub ACToolBarLight1_NavigationItemClick
     
    Log("click1")
    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Resume
    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Pause (UserClosed As Boolean)
    End Sub
    Any idea what the problem could be here?


    RBS
     
  11. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    This is better code (no need to need to add the droppy with every button click), but still having the same problems with labels.
    Had a look at the Github site, but couldn't see good documentation of all the DroppyMenuItemView methods and must be doing
    something wrong.

    Code:
    #Region  Project Attributes 
     
    #ApplicationLabel: B4A Example
     
    #VersionCode: 1
     
    #VersionName
     
    'SupportedOrientations possible values: unspecified, landscape or portrait.
     #SupportedOrientations: unspecified
     
    #CanInstallToExternalStorage: False
    #End Region

    #Region  Activity Attributes 
     
    #FullScreen: False
     
    #IncludeTitle: True
    #End Region
    #Extends: android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity
    #AdditionalRes: ..\Resource
     
    Sub Process_Globals

    End Sub

    Sub Globals
     
     
    Private ACToolBarLight1 As ACToolBarLight
     
    Private ToolbarHelper As ACActionBar
     
    Private pop As DroppyMenuPopup
     
    Private libIME As IME
     
    Private bKeyboardVisible As Boolean
     
    Private pnlMain As Panel
     
    Private btnOverflow As Button
     
    Private btnDroppyAnchor As Button
     
    Private EditText1 As EditText

    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Create(FirstTime As Boolean)
     
     libIME.Initialize(
    "IME")
     libIME.AddHeightChangedEvent
     
     
    Activity.LoadLayout("1")
     
    Dim bd As BitmapDrawable
     bd.Initialize(
    LoadBitmap(File.DirAssets, "smiley.png"))
     ACToolBarLight1.NavigationIconDrawable = bd
     
     btnOverflow.Initialize(
    "btnOverflow")
     btnOverflow.Text = 
    "3 Dots :-)"
     btnOverflow.TextSize = 
    12
     
     ACToolBarLight1.AddView(btnOverflow,
    75dip,50dip,Gravity.RIGHT)
     ToolbarHelper.Initialize
     ToolbarHelper.ShowUpIndicator = 
    False 'set to true to show the up arrow
     ACToolBarLight1.InitMenuListener
     
     AddDroppy
     
    End Sub

    Sub btnOverflow_Click()
     
     
    If bKeyboardVisible Then
      HideKeyboard
     
    End If
     
     ShowDroppy

    End Sub

    Sub ShowDroppy
     pop.show
    End Sub

    Sub AddDroppy
     
     btnDroppyAnchor.Initialize(
    "btnDroppyAnchor")
     btnDroppyAnchor.Visible = 
    True 'needs to be visible to anchor to the button
     pnlMain.AddView(btnDroppyAnchor, 284dip00dip0dip)
      
     
    Dim lbl1 As Label
     lbl1.Initialize(
    "lbl1")
     lbl1.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl1.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl1.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl1.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl1.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl1.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl1.Text = 
    "Test1"
     
     
    Dim cb As CheckBox
     cb.Initialize(
    "cb")
     cb.Text=
    "Check Me!"
     cb.Color= 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     cb.TextSize=
    14
     cb.TextColor=
    Colors.Black
      
     
    Dim lbl2 As Label
     lbl2.Initialize(
    "lbl2")
     lbl2.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl2.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl2.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl2.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl2.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl2.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl2.Text = 
    "Options"
     
     
    Dim lbl3 As Label
     lbl3.Initialize(
    "lbl3")
     lbl3.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl3.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl3.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl3.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl3.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl3.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl3.Text = 
    "Options1a"
     
     
    Dim lbl4 As Label
     lbl4.Initialize(
    "lbl4")
     lbl4.Height = 
    32dip
     lbl4.Width = 
    120dip
     lbl4.Gravity = 
    Gravity.CENTER_VERTICAL
     lbl4.Color = 
    Colors.RGB(224,224,224)
     lbl4.TextSize = 
    14
     lbl4.TextColor = 
    Colors.Black
     lbl4.Text = 
    "Options1b"
     
     pop.Initialize(
    "Droppy", btnDroppyAnchor)
     
     
    'Options doesn't respond here
     'pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem3(lbl2).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.addSeparator.addMenuItem3(lbl3).addMenuItem("Options1b").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     'pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem3(lbl2).addMenuItem3(lbl3).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.addSeparator.addMenuItem3(lbl4).triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     'pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem3(lbl2).addMenuItem3(lbl3).addseparator.addMenuItem3(lbl4).triggerOnAnchorClick(True).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.build
     'pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(lbl4).triggerOnAnchorClick(True).addonDismissCallback.build
     'pop.addMenuItem("item1").addMenuItem2("item2", "icons8-copy-24").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.build
     'pop.addMenuItem("item1").addMenuItem("item0").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.build
     
     
    'Test1 and Options won't react, not sure Check me should react
     '-------------------------------------------------------------      
     pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem3(lbl2).addclickcallback.addonDismissCallback.addSeparator.addMenuItem("Options1a").addMenuItem("Options1b").triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     
      
    'pop.addMenuItem3(lbl1).addMenuItem3(cb).addMenuItem2("Test2","ic_add_alert_black_18dp").addMenuItem3(lbl2).addSeparator.addMenuItem3(lbl3).addMenuItem3(lbl4).triggerOnAnchorClick(True).build
     
    End Sub

    Sub IME_HeightChanged(NewHeight As Int, OldHeight As Int)

     bKeyboardVisible = NewHeight < OldHeight
     
    Log("IME_HeightChanged, bKeyboardVisible: " & bKeyboardVisible)
     
    End Sub

    Sub HideKeyboard()

     libIME.HideKeyboard
     bKeyboardVisible = 
    False
     
    End Sub

    Sub Droppy_onClicked(view As Object, index As Int)
     
     
    Log($"Droppy_onClicked(${view}, ${index})"$)
     
     
    If view Is Button Then
      
    Log("btn")
     
    else if view Is Label Then
      
    Log("lbl")
     
    else if view Is CheckBox Then
      
    Log("chk")
     
    else if view Is DroppyMenuItemView Then
      
    Dim item As DroppyMenuItemView = view
      
    Log(item.ChildCount)
      
    If item.ChildCount = 1 Then
       
    If item.getChildAt(0Is Label Then
        
    Dim lbl As Label = item.getChildAt(0)
        
    Log(lbl.Text)
       
    End If
      
    End If
     
    End If
     
    End Sub

    Sub Droppy_onDismissed()
     
    Log($"Droppy_onDismissed()"$)
    End Sub

    Sub ACToolBarLight1_NavigationItemClick
     
    Log("click1")
    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Resume
    End Sub

    Sub Activity_Pause (UserClosed As Boolean)
    End Sub

    RBS
     
  12. RB Smissaert

    RB Smissaert Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Not that is makes any difference but it should be:

    Code:
    triggerOnAnchorClick(False'as Droppy not triggered by the anchor view
    RBS
     
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