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Old 12 March 2018, 10:42   #1
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[opus5][arexx] double click action with custom lister

Hi,
I hope it is the right place to ask about Opus.

"Custom" means lister done by me (using "Lister Addstem" command).

So I have a lister full of "virtual" entries set to show "Display" field (their "Name" field points to real file on HD). Each item has a right click menu assigned to it as well.

The question:
- how to make such item response to double click (to trigger some action)? - at the moment double clicking does nothing.

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Old 12 March 2018, 15:41   #2
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Never tried it but have a look at "Custom Handlers" for Listers: doubleclick. I guess you have to use "lister set <handle> handler" to handle external public message ports. Taken from DOpusM2_ARexx..guide.
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Thanks for the tip !
I have not looked into Opus Arexx manual beyond basic commands
Will report with the progress soon


--> 4 days later:
It is working !
Thanks

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