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Capture Component Events

Posted on 2003-10-24
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Hi all, is there any way to capture all the events of specified component ? For example when i want to follow the Button1, i want to capture all of the events of Button1..

All i want to do is to store the event triggers of selected component..

Button1 OnClick event occured
Button1 OnMouseMove event occured
..
..

ListBox1 OnEnter event occured
ListBox1 OnClick event occured..

Is there any way to do that ? If it's possible please give me a roadmap about it..

Regards,
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nestorua earned 90 total points
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HI,
If you mean the program you are writing and your own components, then simply add in the corresponding event procedure the line that send (or write) the message to your "InfoMemo". That's all.
Sincerely,
Nestorua.
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by:NeonBlue
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Yeah i know that but it's not a useful solution..
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What do you mean saying 'not useful'. If you write some Event Handler you could as well add one row code. If not - the corresponding procedure will not do anything.
 
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