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Re: xmanager /no_block
David Fanning wrote:
> R.Bauer (R.Bauer@fz-juelich.de) writes:
> > How did I get the NO_BLOCK state without using xmanager.
> > I have written a small interface where I don't want the controll of the
> > functions by xmanager. Because
> > xmanager blocks a new event as long if it is running the one before.
> > I have written my own event manager for this application so I am able to
> > create events during an event is processed.
> > This all is working really good and fast!
> > The only thing I momentanly don't know is:
> > How did the NO_BLOCK by xmanager work?.
> > What is the command for widget_control to get this mode?
> Here is the command in XMANAGER:
> if keyword_set(no_block) then WIDGET_CONTROL, $
> /XMANAGER_ACTIVE_COMMAND, id
> I'd be using this only if I *REALLY* knew what I was
> doing. :-)
This won't work,
may be I don't know where I have to use it.
WIDGET_CONTROL, /REALIZE, map.base_0,set_uval=map
WIDGET_CONTROL, /XMANAGER_ACTIVE_COMMAND, map.base_0