Listbox not updating

27-Mar-2020 13:09

I know there are other stuff running in the database Listboxes involved but can the following macro easily be used in my new database by simply using macro organiser, new, pasting in and modifying the various references to suit?The macro is this, Sub Cust Change o Form1 = This Component. By Name("Main Form") o Field = o Form1By Name("txt Customer") s Selected Value = o Field.The insert method takes an index and a string to insert.The index is usually an item number (0 for the first item in the list), but you can also use some special indexes, including ACTIVE, which refers to the The listbox offers four different selection modes through the selectmode option.The listbox can only contain text items, and all items must have the same font and color.Depending on the widget configuration, the user can choose one or more alternatives from the list.At the moment, a bug is preventing Previous support for use cases where you store the selected values in a string collection variable. You can now: These attributes can be set in the “input” section when adding the component to a screen within a flow.If you have previously installed this component as an unmanaged package, you will need to reinstall the package.

I downloaded the example I uploaded here and get the same message and crash. Strange that this did not work for me until i restarted my machine for the crashing issue as mentioned above.

The above macro makes sense to me and i can see how the s Sql line works.

However not well enough for me to use in the attached database on the ECN-RFQ form.

This new component surfaces the dual listbox in flow screens.

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It allows for multiple selection and returns the selected values either as a comma-separated list or (more usefully) as a collection of strings that can be looped over.

These are SINGLE (just a single choice), BROWSE (same, but the selection can be moved using the mouse), MULTIPLE (multiple item can be choosen, by clicking at them one at a time), or EXTENDED (multiple ranges of items can be chosen, using the Shift and Control keyboard modifiers). Use MULTIPLE to get “checklist” behavior, and EXTENDED when the user would usually pick only one item, but sometimes would like to select one or more ranges of items. It returns a list of item indexes, but a bug in Tkinter 1.160 (Python 2.2) and earlier versions causes this list to be returned as a list of strings, instead of integers.