Hi Rodney, I've worked on something similar in the past. You could use a block of TButtons to make a numeric keypad, that way the user doesn't need to use the keyboard for numeric input.
Pedrocelli ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rodney Chan" <rc...@compuspec.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 11:13 AM Subject: [DUG] Touch Screen Development > Hi all, > > I have developed a POS software for my client many years ago. And now he > is > considering to use touch screen and get rid of keyboard and mouse (at > least > in normal operation). I would expect the development will be similar > apart > providing an on screen keyboard (Tbuttons) for numeric input. However, I > am > a bit concern about the focus. If I have data entry inside a TEdit, when > the user click on the TButton for numeric input, focus will change to the > button and the cursor will not be on the TEdit anymore. Of course, I can > change the focus back but it seems that it is a bit clumsy. > > It would be great if anybody can have some suggestions or point me to the > right direction. > > Remark: out of some old VCLs, I still prefer to use Delphi 6 for the > maintenance of this project although I have license for D2010. > > > Thanks in advance! > Rodney > > _______________________________________________ > NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi mailing list > Post: email@example.com > Admin: http://delphi.org.nz/mailman/listinfo/delphi > Unsubscribe: send an email to delphi-requ...@delphi.org.nz with Subject: > unsubscribe _______________________________________________ NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi mailing list Post: firstname.lastname@example.org Admin: http://delphi.org.nz/mailman/listinfo/delphi Unsubscribe: send an email to delphi-requ...@delphi.org.nz with Subject: unsubscribe