Richard that script snippet actually helped me solve a different problem. I 
remember now why I was using traversalOn instead of lockText. I have certain 
fields I do not want users to edit, so I set the lockText to true. I then have 
a handler called enableForm that enables every field and button with a name 
that matches a column in a table. But of course I don't want users editing the 
unique ID of a record, even though I want to display it. 

Your snippet solves that problem. I just put it into field scripts I don't want 
users to edit, and use lockText for enabling/disabling fields. Works a peach. 

Bob S

> On Feb 28, 2017, at 08:05 , Richard Gaskin via use-livecode 
> <> wrote:
> >> on rawkeydown k
> >>   if k = 99 then
> >>      if the commandKey is "down" then copy
> >>   end if
> >> end rawkeydown

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