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is_tab_stop

is_tab_stop

Tab Stops

This attribute specifies whether a tile is a tab stop. (receives keyboard focus when the user moves between tiles by pressing the "Tab" key.) If a tile is disabled,
it isn't a tab stop even if this attribute is set to true.
If false, the tile is not a tab stop.
Possible values are: true or false. (default: true).


DCL Code Sample 

lisp49h : dialog {				//dialog name
          label = "is_tab_stop";		//give it a label

	: edit_box {				//define edit box
	  key = "eb1";				//give it a name
          label = "Edit Box 1";			//give it a label
	  value = "This is a Tab Stop";		//give it a value
	  width = 40;				//give it a width
	  fixed_width = true;			//fix the width
	}					//end edit box

	: edit_box {				//define edit box
	  key = "eb2";				//give it a name
          label = "Edit Box 2";			//give it a label
	  value = "This is NOT a Tab Stop";	//give it a value
	  width = 40;				//give it a width
	  fixed_width = true;			//fix the width
	  is_tab_stop = false;			//no tab stop
	}					//end edit box

	: edit_box {				//define edit box
	  key = "eb3";				//give it a name
          label = "Edit Box 3";			//give it a label
	  value = "This is another Tab Stop";	//give it a value
	  width = 40;				//give it a width
	  fixed_width = true;			//fix the width
	}					//end edit box


	spacer;					//define spacer

        ok_cancel ;				//predefined OK/Cancel button

        }					//end dialog
 
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