TAB to skip field – SYNON

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I have a synon screen pgm with 5 input fields - one below another. I am on first field, and on pressing TAB there, I want the cursor to go to third field skipping the second. How can I do that? Plz help.
ASKED: September 21, 2006  10:52 AM
UPDATED: December 19, 2009  7:33 PM

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When you are in screen design:
Press F17 –> DISPLAY SCREEN FORMATS
Choose option Z –> EDIT SCREEN FORMAT DETAILS
Press F10 –> Sequence

You can fill in the display sequence, but also the TAB-sequence

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  • Joy19540
    You can use keyword FLDCSRPRG in your DDS to determine the next field the cursor will go to upon exit of the field.
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  • TomLiotta
    The DDS feature is called the "Cursor Progression Field". For one input field, you name the next input field that the cursor should move to. I don't know if Synon exposes this feature. You probably need to look over all attributes that Synon lets you access for display input fields to see if anything is described similarly. Tom
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