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PostPosted: Tue Mar 25, 2008 8:38 am 
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This is for terminals with keypads such as the G58 or G55.



1. Create a HotKeyV2, and set the HotKeyValue property to a map to a key on the keypad such as '1' or 'A' (don't forget the quotes).

2. Create a GMCCommandExecV2 object and set the command property to valid Galil command.

3. Put code in the HotKeyV2 HandleKeyPress event to send the command:

Code:
func HandleKeyPress()

       GMCCommandExec_1.executecommand = true

endfunc




Here is a link with the values to use in the HotKeyValue property when programming the arrow keys for a HotKeyV2 object.

http://www.qsiforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=3152



If you can't see your HotKeys in the Object Tree: Go to Tools->Settings->Editor and check the box labeled "Show Advanced Code Sections".

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