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dmarcotte4
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Reactor?

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11-17-2005 08:17 PM
Can someone please give an example of how to make a reactor using c# ? I want to know when a user changes the pickstyle system variable. thanks a ton
Daniel
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ChrisArps
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Re: Reactor?

11-18-2005 08:11 AM in reply to: dmarcotte4
Check out the dotnet sample in ObjectArx folder named "EventsWatcher". That shows how to handle all the different event types.

Chris Arps
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dmarcotte4
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Re: Reactor?

11-18-2005 12:48 PM in reply to: dmarcotte4
Yea I have been looking at this, just a little hard to read for a newbe like me : |

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Daniel
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Re: Reactor?

11-18-2005 09:29 PM in reply to: dmarcotte4
I have been playing around with the events watcher sample and I can’t figure out why SystemVariableChanged Doesn’t fire when [control+shift+A] changes the pickstyle system variable. It’s the same with lisp’s vlr-sysvar-reactor. Doest anyone know how [control+shift+A] works? I am trying to make a statusbar pane button that toggles the groups and a reactor that sets the button.
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