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Indicates the number of controls selected when the interface is modified by the end user (Mode "Modification of GUI by the end user" enabled).
// Enlarge all the controls by 10 pixels
FOR i = 1 _TO_ WinEdSelectOccurrence(WIN_Form)
X is Control <- WinEdSelect(WIN_Form)
X..Width += 10
<Result> = WinEdSelectOccurrence(<Window>)
<Result>: Integer
  • Number of controls selected by the end user (Mode "Modification of GUI by the end user")
  • 0 if no control is selected or if multiselection is not enabled.
<Window>: Window name
Name of window or internal window to use. This window must be in modification mode (WinEdActive).

Enabling the "multiselection" mode for the end user

The "multiselection" mode for the end user can be enabled:
  • in the editor:
    • via the specific setting options of the project:
      • on the "Project" pane, in the "Project" group, click "Description".
      • in the "Advanced" tab, click the "Options" button to define the authorized options.
    • via the specific setting options of the window:
      • Display the window description of window ("Description" from the popup menu of window).
      • In the "Details" tab, check "UI modification by end user".
      • The "Options" button is used to specify the authorized options.
  • by programming via ..WinEditMode.
Related Examples:
WD Graphic Objects Training (WINDEV): WD Graphic Objects
[ + ] This educational example illustrates the power of WLanguage regarding object-oriented programming.
This example is an editor of graphic objects.

You have the ability to:
- move, resize the objects
- perform selections with the lasso or with the mouse
- cut/copy/paste objects
- delete/duplicate objects
- save the created documents and print them.

The main technical features presented and documented in this example are as follows:
- managing a clipboard of objects
- managing UNDO/REDO
- serializing and deserializing objects
- algorithms for managing graphic objects (proportional resize operations, management of movement rules, etc.)
Component : wd250obj.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 21
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