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return-raw-buttons: system variable

Default value: 0

If you click a button in a dialog under Epsilon for Windows, Epsilon represents the input with an ordinary key value, such as <Enter> when you click an Ok button. An EEL program can temporarily set this variable to a nonzero value to retrieve button presses as distinct keys. All buttons will then appear with the key code WIN_BUTTON. Use the key-is-button variable to distinguish one button from another.

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Windowed Dialogs (Primitives)



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