Re: Print Data UserFunctionality

Steven Burrows

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 😉


Steven Burrows


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Unfortunately you have to allow Print Data in the task (Task Properties, Options tab). Otherwise it’s unavailable.




From: <> On Behalf Of Steven Burrows
Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2020 8:24 AM
Subject: [magicu-l] Print Data UserFunctionality


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 ?

Steven Burrows




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