I was wondering, is there a way to run the onkeypress event /after/ the
textview's normal event has been processed? For example, somebody clicks
the 'y' button on the keyboard, y shows up in the textview, and /now/
the onkeypress event runs. I worked out how to do this before the
textviews normal event, and still have the normal event run afterwards
by returning False from the action.
On Jul 5, 2009, at 14:27 , Rayne Simpson wrote:
> I was wondering, is there a way to run the onkeypress event /after/
> textview's normal event has been processed? For example, somebody
use afterKeyPress instead?
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