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I use a button to show a custom dialog asking a user if they want to perform a function.

Even if I cancel the dialog using the cancel button, the function is performed.

This is how I did it in script maker

[color:blue]Show Custom Dialog []

[color:blue]If

[color:gray]--statements here

[color:blue]Else

[color:gray]--more statements here

[color:blue]End If

How can I abort the script if the user selects the cancel button?

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You need to have something in the IF statement.

In this case, use the Get( LastMessageChoice ) function. It'd be something like:

If[ Get( LastMessageChoice ) = 1 ]

stuff when button 1 is clicked

Else If[ Get( LastMessageChoice ) = 2 ]

stuff when button 2 is clicked

Else

stuff when button 3 is clicked

End If

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