BrianB wrote:Good evening.
Does eValid require a DOM element to be "in focus" to drop a value into it?
Thanks for asking BrianB.
Very good question. As you may know, eValid can run "minimized" so that the operations on a page don't involve the actual screen.
But this brings up the question of "what does it mean, to be 'in focus'"?
Given that eValid can run mimized, then you might want to think about this as the ability for any DOM element to be manipulated, in focus or not.
For example, eValid's DOM input/output commands, like ValueSetElement and ValueGetElement, will work even if the element is NOT in focus.
Here is a manual page that shows something about how this workshttp://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... ation.html
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