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All WLanguage code is written in the code editor, which offers several events on a given control : Enter, Modification, Exit, Click, ...
A standard series of events is always proposed for each element: window, control, report, etc.
From version 24, it is possible to hide empty events associated with an element.
This allows for a neat code editor, according to your programming habits.
Example: unused events have been hidden. The presentation is much clearer.
Customized code editor: unused events have been hidden. The presentation is much clearer
Remark: There are also optional events that you can enable, of course.
How to?

Showing or hiding empty events

To hide empty events associated to an element in WINDEV, WEBDEV or WINDEV Mobile:
  1. Open one of the codes of the desired element (e.g., via the F2 key).
  2. On the "Display" tab, in the "Help for edit" group, check or uncheck "Show empty processes".
Remark: This feature also allows you to show or hide empty procedures and properties.
Minimum version required
  • Version 24
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Last update: 10/27/2022

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