Is it possible to trap or detect that the record navigation buttons have been clicked with the mouse?
On a few of the forms I need to know when the user navigates to a NEW record through either the > or >* button.
I haven't found a way to detect they have been used. The users are used to being able to navigate through the records with the buttons but in a few cases a new record needs some initialization before the user can enter data.
If I can't detect the click can I prevent the user from navigating to a new record?
The forms have an ADD RECORD button that provides the initialization through code before the user can enter data.
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