Re: Print Data UserFunctionality
Super, that’s (probably) not a problem.
I have been forced back into the dark arts of Black Magic (Sourcery) recently, so a quick run through to globally change that property in all the XMLs doesn’t scare me.
XPA 4.6 crashes so much, you would hardly notice if I got one wrong 😉
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Unfortunately you have to allow Print Data in the task (Task Properties, Options tab). Otherwise it’s unavailable.
After seeing the rather cool things the Print Data event in UserFunctionality can now do in XPA4.6, thought I would implement it as a generic option.
If I raise the Internal Event “Print Data” from a button, it triggers OK, but cant add it to every program.
If I put Internal Event “Print Data” on the Context Menu, it is always disabled.
If I raise Internal Event “Print Data” from a User Event in Main Program, my User Event is triggered, but User Functionality event is not performed .
I must be missing a Hook somewhere. What to do to get a general solution ?