Waiting for GUI input before continuing.

Posted on 2006-07-17
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
Hi there,

I've got a flow like:

Create GUI and ask user stuff

Thing is is that I need the program to wait until the user has pressed okay or cancel on the GUI before continuing. How can I achieve this? I haven't provided code so far as I don't expect this to be difficult to integrate etc.. Thank you. :)
Question by:Unimatrix_001
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Most Dialogs are modal or can be so your program will wait for input before continuing. If using Dialog, call setModal
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you don't need to do anything to wait as guis are event driven.
So instead what you would do is have a listener that is notified when the ok/cancel are pressed and have that listener initiate the required processinf.
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Hehehe, thanks guys. Sorry objects you got the lower end of the points but you were probably 20 seconds too late! ;) Thanks again works a treat. :)

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