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TrailFox

Global Event when Control has been clicked

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I got an onEvent driven GUI.

I want, that every time some control has been clicked (e.g. button, contextmenuitem,...), some function will be triggered.

In general words i am searching for a global event handler for all GUIControls, that handles clicks on them.

Something like:

GUIRegisterMsg($WM_CTRLCLICKED, ...)

:)

TY

Edited by TrailFox

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I cannot say whether WM_NOTIFY will be the event handler which monitors all the events you want.

Maybe you have to use several message codes to achieve it. Have a closer look to the windows message codes.

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Unfotunately I don't believe there is one ring to rule them all. Some controls send messages on WM_Notify, some on WM_COMMAND, check out topic where I posted a demonstration script of how to do something similar.


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