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Characteristics of a subscripted control
Describing a subscripted control
A description window is available for each control found in a subscripted control. The name of the control is the same. Only the control subscript changes. Different options can be defined for each control found in a subscripted control.
Differences with WINDEV 5.5
In version 5.5, the subscript was displayed in the status bar of the window editor. The description window was the same for all the subscripted controls. Each modification performed in the description window (7-tab window) was applied to all the subscripted controls.
From version 9, the subscript is displayed in the description window. Each subscripted control has its own description (7-tab window) and its own characteristics. A control found in a subscripted control can be green while another control of the same subscripted control can be blue. Similarly, two controls belonging to the same subscripted control can use different popup menus.
To modify the characteristics of all the subscripted controls in a single operation, you must:
  1. Select all the subscripted controls (using the lasso for example)
  2. Display the description window and perform the requested modifications.
Code of a subscripted control
All the subscripted controls with the same name are associated with the same processes.
For example, the initialization code of the subscripted control named Edit1[1] is the same as the initialization code of the subscripted control named Edit1[5].
Minimum required version
  • Version 9
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