The easiest way would be to put the return value into a hidden textfield on your page. Otherwise you could create a custom control using the WebSDK that would allow you to send the data back.
But I got this error when I clicked the button:
I also tried: SetTextByControlID ( MessageAttachment.ControlID, “hello world” )
Which called the method:
[code]SetTextByControlID ( controlID as string, text as string )
dim js as string
That displayed the value in the field, but when I ran
It didn’t show “hello world”, but rather an empty msgbox.
Just tried the same thing as Hal. It appears that the text value is not changed until after the msgbox is called. Is that true?
Unfortunately not synchronously.
[quote=277661:@John Scanlan]Just tried the same thing as Hal. It appears that the text value is not changed until after the msgbox is called. Is that true?
Yes, TriggerServerEvent, in WebSDK. See WebSDK.pdf, in the Extras/WebSDK folder next to your Xojo copy.
Ok … My issue can be fully resolved by provided drag and drop between weblistboxes or at least having rowheight provide the computed rowheight as opposed to the minimum rowheight.