In BBj 6.0 and higher, a BBjControl implements the Focusable interface if the user can focus the control via either the mouse or keyboard.
Note: A focused control is the control to which keyboard interaction is directed. Typically, the focused control is indicated visually, often via a dotted grey border. A control which is not focusable, therefore, cannot be manipulated via the keyboard. It is still possible to interact with a non-focusable control via the mouse. To disable all interaction, including the mouse, see setEnabled() and setEditable().
BBjBarChart, BBjButton, BBjCEdit, BBjChart, BBjCheckBox, BBjColorChooser, BBjCommonChart, BBjDataAwareGrid, BBjDataBoundGrid, BBjEditBox, BBjEditBoxSpinner, BBjFileChooser, BBjFontChooser, BBjGenericChart, BBjGrid, BBjHtmlView, BBjInputD, BBjInputDSpinner, BBjInputE, BBjInputESpinner, BBjInputN, BBjInputNSpinner, BBjLineChart, BBjListBox, BBjListButton, BBjListEdit, BBjMenuButton, BBjNavigator, BBjPieChart, BBjRadioButton, BBjScrollBar, BBjSlider, BBjStandardGrid, BBjTabCtrl, BBjToolButton, BBjTree, BBjWrappedJComponent
Methods of Focusable
REM EXAMPLE FOR Focusable
OPEN (SYSGUI) "X0"
myWindow! = mySysGui!.addWindow(10,10,100,300,"Mouse Focusable Demo",$00010003$)
both1! = myWindow!.addEditBox(101,10,10,90,30,"Both Tab and Mouse",$0008$)
both2! = myWindow!.addEditBox(102,10,50,90,30,"Both Tab and Mouse",$0008$)
justMouse! = myWindow!.addEditBox(104,10,150,90,30,"Just Mouse",$0008$)
justMouse! = myWindow!.addEditBox(105,10,200,90,30,"Neither",$$)
neither! = myWindow!.addButton(106,10,250,90,30,"Neither",$0000$)
See the BBj Object Diagram for an illustration of the relationship between BBj Objects.