Howard Rubin schrieb: > Thanks for the quick reply. Here's what I have now. It's reporting the > opposite of of the Caps Lock state. In other words, (Fl::event_state() & > FL_CAPS_LOCK) is zero when Caps Lock is on, and nonzero when it's off. > > Is that what you meant in your last message?
Yes, it shows every time the wrong of of two states, so you know for sure the right one - it's !state. > I'm less than enthusiastic about displaying the 'Caps Lock is on' > message when the test in the code says it's off. > > Is there really no alternative? It seems, that caps-lock handling starts to work after key handling and I think there might be other problems, like switching caps lock, when there is another window in focus. I think a better way is, to use a timer and to check for change of state e.g. all 0.25 seconds. For humans this is fast enought to appear as "instantly". _______________________________________________ fltk mailing list email@example.com http://lists.easysw.com/mailman/listinfo/fltk