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- Subject: text-edit-dialog-items
- From: Dan Lamet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 21 Oct 92 11:00:55 -0700
Hello MCL LISPers!
This may be a FAQ but I would be grateful for any suggestions about the
following problem. I would like to have multi-line edit text dialog items
with word-wrapping. Currently, the editable-text-dialog-items just scroll
horizontally without wrapping.
I have tried to use the Text-Edit-Dialog-Item.LISP file that came with
MCL 2.0. But there are there problems.
One problem is the:
(export '(text-edit-dialog-item) :ccl) which conflicts with a
previous ocurrance of that name.
Another problem is the use of a window record. Since there is only one
(if (rref wptr window.hilighted)
(_TEAcitvate :ptr hTE))
I changed this to:
(if (window-activate-p w) (_TEActivate :ptr hTE))
But the third problem may be the most serious. The text-edit-dialog-item
class is declared as:
But "basic-editable-text-dialog-item" is unknown to MCL 2.0. And when I
change this to "editable-text-dialog-item", then it behaves as always -
Any help with this would be appreciated. I will save any responses I get
in case someone else would like to do the same thing.
Thanks, Dan Lamet