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    Add ondeactivate

    Add ondeactivate event for using in combination with onactivate.
    Code:
    panel.SetPanelEvent("onactivate", ...
    panel.SetPanelEvent("ondeactivate ", ...

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    Basic Member arhowk's Avatar
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    i think you mean "pressed" and "released"... "onactivate" triggers when the button is activated (when the mouse is pressed and released without going outside of the bounds of the button)

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    I find this in Javascript: http://help.dottoro.com/ljoqfkft.php

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    Fires when the activeElement is changed from the current object to another object in the parent document.
    Is this what you are expecting?

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