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Old 07 August 2020, 17:39   #1
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Checking for new windows and keyboard events

What is the best way to check for new windows on the public screen while also waiting for keyboard events?


Right now I've written some code which:


1. counts windows
2. calls WaitTOF()
3. Compares window count to previous count
4. Invokes a function if window count increased.
5. If nothing has changed it falls through to a GetMsg on a keyboard event message port.


It works, but feels a bit hacky.



I've looked into using the timer.device and feel that it is a better option to Wait(ticksignal | keyboardsignal), but frankly I am unsure. How would you approach this?

AmigaOS 3.1 btw.

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Old 08 August 2020, 00:28   #2
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Here is a small example which handles a timer and input from a window at the same time.
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Thank you Thomas. I'll study the example.
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