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permit-window-keys: system variable

Default value: 0

Epsilon only recognizes user attempts to scroll by clicking on the scroll bar, or to resize the window, when it waits for the first key in a recursive edit level. Within an EEL command, when an EEL command requests a key, Epsilon normally ignores attempts to scroll, and postpones acting on resize attempts. An EEL command can set the permit_window_keys variable to allow these things to happen immediately, and possibly redraw the screen. Bits in the variable control these activities: set the PERMIT_SCROLL_KEY bit to permit immediate scrolling, and set PERMIT_RESIZE_KEY to permit resizing. Setting the PERMIT_WHEEL_KEY bit tells Epsilon to generate a WIN_WHEEL_KEY key event after scrolling due to a wheel roll on a Microsoft IntelliMouse.

More info:

Window Events (Primitives)



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