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/did -f dname id line #114679 16/03/05 08:37 PM
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/did -f dname id line

add a line feature so you can make a certain line in combo's or lists have focus, if theres already a way that doesnt involve sendkeys {up} and {down} please let me know. If not i really have had the need for this quite a few times would be swell if it could be added smile


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Re: /did -f dname id line #114680 17/03/05 04:30 AM
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By focus, I'm assuming you mean selected. If so, use did -c

Re: /did -f dname id line #114681 17/03/05 11:15 AM
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that doesnt make it blue'ed though like //did -f dname id | did -c dname id line .

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Re: /did -f dname id line #114682 19/03/05 07:16 AM
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no by focus he means the focus rectangle (dotted rect) around the item. a slected item is highlighted using the current windows highlight color.


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Re: /did -f dname id line #114683 20/03/05 07:54 AM
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So basically you want to add the functionality of the -c switch to the -f switch so you can select a line and give it focus all with the same switch?

Re: /did -f dname id line #114684 20/03/05 07:57 AM
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Guessing by his reply to mine, he states he wants it blue'ed (selected). I assumed that's what he meant as most people I know, espically the non-programmers, don't know the difference between having focus (focus rect) and selected (highlighted).