A value that indicates whether an edit in the current cell is to be activated automatically.
The access bBrowser:AutoEdit is replaced by the accesses bBrowser:EditStartFlags and bBrowser:EditCloseFlagsand should not be used any more. If a value is assigned to bBrowser:AutoEdit, then the corresponding flags are set automatically for bBrowser:EditStartFlags and bBrowser:EditCloseFlags.
Access / Assign
The bBrowser supports 4 different settings to edit cells:
If the access contains the logical value FALSE or the symbol value NULL_SYMBOL, the edit in the current cell starts only by pressing the RETURN key or by double-clicking the mouse button in the cell.
If the access contains the symbol value #Sensitive, the edit in the current cell is started, as soon as the left mouse button or a valid key on the keyboard is pressed. The pressed key is taken automatically to the edit.
If the access contains the symbol value #Excel, the edit in the current cell is started as soon as the left mouse button or a valid key on the keyboard is pressed. The pressed key is taken automatically to the edit. During the edit the browser behaves like Microsoft Excel.
If the access contains the logical value TRUE or the symbol value #Permanent, an edit is started automatically, as soon as a new cell is selected.
In addition to the access bBrowser:AutoEdit the access bBrowser:AutoSkip is also set on TRUE automatically.
The mode #Permanent can not be used in combination with the bBrowser:SelectionMode #Multiple.
The access bBrowser:AutoEdit is supported only if the editing of cells is enabled by the access bBrowser:Editable.
The access bBrowser:AutoEdit does not work within deleted records or in cells with those editing is disabled by the access bDataColumn:Editable.
If for the current column its own mode for the access bDataColumn:AutoEdit is defined, then this is used.
After creating a bBrowser control, the access contains the value FALSE.
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