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How to record Check-out OK Button for mapkey?

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How to record Check-out OK Button for mapkey?

Hi,

I am trying to record a mapkey for performing automatic check-out of objects in Creo Parametric, but I can't manage to record the string for the OK Button which confirms the object to be checked-out:

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After recording, the recorded mapkey just shows the command to click check-out...

Anyone has already did it? or an idea on how to?

Thanks

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Re: How to record Check-out OK Button for mapkey?

Hi Stephen,

thanks for your reply. No, it doesn't work on my Parametric 2.0, as it doesn't write anything for performing the "Accept value" button.

But I have just solved the problem!

It was simpler than thought: you need just to tick on "Accept system default" in the mapkey definition dialog box:

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this will indeed add a space and a ";" at the end of the script:

mapkey o @MAPKEY_LABELcheck-out;~ Command `ProCmdMdlTreeWfEdit`; ;

(which probably means "accept system default"...).

I think in these cases (in the 2.0) it doesn't script anything for the green tick just because it sees it as an input field (so the mapkey itself interrupts).

Bye

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Re: How to record Check-out OK Button for mapkey?

Doesn't a simple "enter" work? It works on mine.


Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)

Re: How to record Check-out OK Button for mapkey?

Hi Stephen,

thanks for your reply. No, it doesn't work on my Parametric 2.0, as it doesn't write anything for performing the "Accept value" button.

But I have just solved the problem!

It was simpler than thought: you need just to tick on "Accept system default" in the mapkey definition dialog box:

1.PNG

this will indeed add a space and a ";" at the end of the script:

mapkey o @MAPKEY_LABELcheck-out;~ Command `ProCmdMdlTreeWfEdit`; ;

(which probably means "accept system default"...).

I think in these cases (in the 2.0) it doesn't script anything for the green tick just because it sees it as an input field (so the mapkey itself interrupts).

Bye