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"Maksim Sestic" <
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I also tried creating a simple Graphics canvas
(say, Tooltip-alike) being fired by PointMonitor, and it still conflicts with
Dynamic Input. Everything else works just fine. BTW, modal dialog I'm
firing does not receive a focus (ever), receives only mouse
input and does not interfere with ACAD in any other way. There
is something tricky about Dynamic Input implementation (2006), and I'm
suspecting it's related to "TextBox" input control.
Now, have you ever seen a "tooltip" that gains
a focus over it's parent? :-) That's exactly what DYN does. This is "no
good" and I would never go down that path myself. Instead, I would make a
"fake" input control tied to ACAD's keyboard hook, an exact replica of a
classic TextBox (cursor blinking, etc.) if that was the point.
"Tony Tanzillo" <You can't display a modal
size=2>> wrote in message
dialog from that kind
of event, and expect anything to work.
ever see an application of any type that
pops up modal dialogs in response
but cursor movement ?
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face=Verdana size=2>"Maksim Sestic" <
size=2>firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
My solution based on
watching Editor.PointMonitor events seems to conflict with Dynamic Input
(?!)... What I'm doing is firing a modal dialog (the one that never receives a
focus) when PointMonitor intercepts certain entities within pickbox. I also
tried with custom System.Drawing.Graphics (no dialog) solution and all, but
AutoCAD crashes as soon as Dynamic Input toolboxes start to appear. Other
"regular" tooltips (like OSNAP's) work just fine, side-by-side with my