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Appreciate help:*editable-text-dialog-item* handles
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- Subject: Appreciate help:*editable-text-dialog-item* handles
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Matthew Cornell)
- Date: Tue, 14 Aug 90 13:02:58 EDT
- Cc: email@example.com
Howdy! I've already implemented a usable version of
*editable-styled-text-dialog-item* which I've contributed to the
archive. However, I'm extending it to work with scrolling windows and
I'm re-evaluating writing it such that I can take advantage of MACL
1.3.2's handling of *editable-text-dialog-item*s.
Specifically, I plan to replace (as an 'after' method to
add-self-to-dialog) the dialog-item-handle MACL uses to manipulate the
item with a new one corresponding to a styled text edit record.
However, what's stored in the dialog-item-handle is *not* a TERec
handle (don't try to inspect it one a Mac+ as one!) but a 4 byte
handle to something.However, the window's ccl::current-text instance
variable *is* what I want.
The plea: _Please_ tell me (I'm desperate) how I can get (and replace)
the "real" TERec handle from *editable-text-dialog-item*'s
dialog-item-handle with my new one!
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