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  • Overview
  • Adding an optional process
  • Actions performed by the user
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Overview
By default, the codes available in the code editor correspond to the most common codes.

However, the windows, the pages and their controls can manage optional processes (or optional events).

You have the ability to manage:

  • WinDev For the windows and their controls:
    • 16版本和更高版本
      Enter in rollover and exit in rollover of a control by the mouse
      16新版本
      Enter in rollover and exit in rollover of a control by the mouse
      Enter in rollover and exit in rollover of a control by the mouse
    • the rollover of a control by the mouse,
    • the left mouse button down, up, with a double click,
    • the right mouse button down, up, with double click,
    • the mouse wheel,
    • ...
    In these optional processes, you have the ability to find out the different actions performed by the user (key pressed, use of the mouse wheel, ...).

Adding an optional process
To add an optional process into a window, a page or a control found in a window or in a page:
  1. Select the requested window, page or control.
  2. Display the code window of this window, page or control ([F2] key).
  3. Select the optional process to manage in the icon bar found at the bottom of the code window. To display all the available processes, press the [...] button.
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The selected optional process is automatically added into the processes managed by the window, page or control.

Caution: The optional process is always run (unlike the standard processes), including during a call to 延时 or to 多任务.

Actions performed by the user
Various information is returned to the WinDev or WinDev Mobile application according to the optional process used.