Use enter instead of F9 in Lotus Notes?

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Is there a formula or a way of, after you type info into a field, you can use the enter key instead of using F9 to update?

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You could remap the enter key to include an “F9″ key stroke. I’m not sure if this will have a detrimanetal effect on other aspects of your software though. There are several options listed <a href=”http://www.softpedia.com/downloadTag/remap+keyboard”>here</a> that might be useful to you. For a real “Geek” way of doing this check <a href=”http://www.usnetizen.com/fix_capslock.php”>here</a>. But beware, this involves making changes in the registry, and that can cause you major headaches if done incorrectly.
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  • BruceWayne
    Hi Lamy If you wish to do an automatic refresh, you could put an @Command( [ViewRefreshFields] ) in the exiting event of the field....or this snippet (in LS) also in the exiting : dim ws as new NotesUIWorspace dim uidoc as NotesUIDocument set uidoc = ws.CurrentDocument If uidoc.EditMode = True Then Call uidoc.refresh End if hope it helps...
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  • Lamy
    Hi Bruce, I tried both your suggestions, but with the formula It would not allow me to use a @Command in the exiting event, it seems to only allow code, and I could not get that to work, but thanks for replying, Lamy
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  • Brooklynegg
    BruceWayne: You had a typo in your code. You left out the "k" in NotesUIWorkspace. Lamy: IF you know anything about code, you should have picked up BruceWayne's error. I recommend buying some TLCC.com classes and boning up on Note development. This revised version should work. If it doesn't, then we don't understand exactly what you are trying to do. After entering a value into a field, or choosing a keyword, or whatever that field is used for, when the user tabs out or clicks to another field or does any action that takes the cursor out of the field, all fields on the form will refresh. Dim ws As New NotesUIWorkspace Dim uidoc As NotesUIDocument Set uidoc = ws.CurrentDocument If uidoc.EditMode = True Then Call uidoc.refresh End If
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  • BruceWayne
    Oops ! Sorry for that typo and thanks to Brooklynegg ;-)
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