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call a previous GUI again by some hotkey

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prasad123

Hello everyone

I have written a code i which I have many GUI's at the start of the code to take different user inputs.

First GUI pops, user enters value or selects a radio button , and clicks on OK. Then the next GUI pops.

 

Now suppose the user enters some value in one GUI and clicks on OK. Then the next GUI will pop. Now lets assume the user realised some mistake and wants to change the input given in the first GUI. 

So is there any way the user can go back to the previous GUI and make some changes in it, by pressing some hotkey maybe......

Can anyone please suggest how this can be achieved.

 

Thanks and Regards

 

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Melba23

prasad123,

You need 2 buttons: "OK" will move you to the next GUI; "Back" will return to the previous.

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