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OT: GWT tech question, key behavior

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OT: GWT tech question, key behavior

Postby dhartford » Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:33 am

Hey all,
I'm already looking and doing some trial and error on this, but if you guys have already solved the problem and willing to have any code you share to me on this thread be apache licensed, that would help - or general solution approach would be good too :-)

For a couple of application screens, I would rather change the default behavior of the 'enter' key to move focus between the fields in the appropriate tab order (or, act like tab). Tab in javascript is 9, enter is 13, and working on the KeyDownHandler right now but it seems to be a per-widget/component override which, if you have a table with a lot of widgets, is a bit more than I was hoping/less clean. If you guys found a cleaner approach, let me know!

thanks,
-D
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Re: OT: GWT tech question, key behavior

Postby dhartford » Fri Apr 15, 2011 5:36 am

Just in case it matters, this is for a accounting-style entry screen with all numeric/date entry (i.e. 10-key pad entry), per why the request to use 'enter' key :-)
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