Sunday, April 28, 2013

Re: As Window.confirm()

one workaround could be , 
the next execution which you want after the click of the YES, put the part of the code inside a method ... and call that method with the press of the YES in side your popup (i.e inside a clickHandler of YES button)...

On Friday, 19 December 2008 17:38:22 UTC+5, obesga wrote:
Just to know, I expected that


On 18 dic, 16:32, "Isaac Truett" <> wrote:
> No, you can't do that. Why fight the asynchronous tide?
> On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 10:07 AM, obesga <> wrote:
> > Hello !
> > I want to ask if there's a method to
> > Window.confirm() stops the execution until the user press YES/NO
> > buttton.
> > I'm wondering if there's a way to code a DialogBox that acts the same
> > way on code, without using listeners on the DialogBox caller code.
> > Window.confirm(); // 'Thread' stops here
> > GWT.log("I'll wait until user press a button",null);
> > MyDialogBox.confim(); // 'Theard' will not stop here, can it be donde
> > GWT.log("How can I act as the code above ?",null);
> > anyone has tried to make this
> > Oskar

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