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We have a layout that has multiple tab panels, I want to add a field in the same place in all the tab panels at once without clicking on each panel. It's probably simple but I can't seem to figure it out. Thank you for your help in advance! Caroline
As a general question, I'm curious if there are any guides to setting up Filemaker development on a Mac to minimize mouse usage? And more specifically... When you open the Set Variable Options window, is there a keyboard shortcut to open up the Specify Calculation window? I can TAB over and highlight "Specify..." but if I press Return, it just clicks the "OK" button. And that question relates to all Filemaker windows that have buttons on them. Pressing return only executes the default button, regardless of whether or not another button is highlighted using TAB. Any general solution for this so I don't have to keep reaching for the mouse? Also... is there a keystroke to highlight the Data Viewer or Script Debugger? Command-Tilde only switches been database windows.
Hi everyone, Here is my issue : I would like to create a runtime solution that : - would be shown full screen (completely full screen, without the menu bar, like Chrome or Firefox full screen options) and - would work with keyboard shortcuts (actually the user should be able to launch some scripts : command + 1 for example) I thought about 2 solutions (which don't work) : - creating a "normal" runtime solution but I can't find how to remove the menu bar (for going full screen) or - creating a Kiosk runtime solution but then I can't use the keyboard Would you have a solution ? Thanks :-) Phil
In prior versions, we could 'scroll' through our layouts in LayoutMode using the record indicator. It also displayed the number of layouts. That seems to have gone to cyber heaven. Does anyone know of a shortcut I can add on my Mac to the Application shortcuts to move through the layouts? Or am I just not spotting that functionality yet? 😀 Hey Stephen! Thank you for adding all the cool emoticons to FMForums!