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Topic: How to code dependencies between multiple actions under an event
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 111602
From: ctaylorx
Date: 5/17/2004 11:03 PM

I am trying to figure out if it is possible to code dependendencies between multiple Actions under an event. For example, I have a submit button on a pdf form. I have defined three different actions under the mouse up event of this submit button. Action 1 is a javascript action that will paint a popup to the user, asking the user to confirm the action. Action 2 is an "Execute menu item" action, that will present the user with a save as dialog. Action 3 is a "Submit a Form" action. The desired behavior that I need to code is, if the user responds with a cancel to the first popup, I would like to stop processing the remainder of the actions defined under the event. Is this possable. I can't seem to determine how to do this. Thanks in advance for the help.

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