TCPmaker : Visual Tour    Sending Messages to Screen Controls  

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1   Sending messages to controls
2   TCPmaker Pro's Control Message API
3   Categories of Control API Functions
4   Control Message functions must be ENABLED before you can use them
5   Planning our demo app
6   Pages in our layout
7   Master Template of this project
8   Home (index) page of our layout
9   How the navigation buttons behave
10   How the navigation panel buttons work
11   How the Back and Next buttons work
12   The code we have added to the Next variable's Receive Event handler is shown in blue boldface type below.
13   How the buttons on the demo board do different things on different pages
14   Changing the appearance of controls on the Text page
15   The "Btns, LEDs" page
16   Changes to controls on the "Btns, LEDs" page
17   The "Any Control" page
18   Changes to the "Any Control" page
19   The "Variables" page
20   Changes to the "Variables" page
21   The "Context" page
22   Displaying the Time variable on the "Context" page
23   Displaying the Slider variable on the "Context" page
24   How we make a control disappear
25   Making a control invisible is not enough
26   Moving the control off screen is what we need
27   How did we get each button to do different things on different pages?
28   We use the optional sendButtons() function
29   Here's how the HandleBtnA() function is structured
30   Changing the Tx color with the pot
31   The HandlePot1() function
32   Exercise 1 for the student
33   In summary