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Using the following code to launch the Vendor Lookup Window via Visual Studio Addin causes a problem with the launched window, but only if launched from a form that itself is in a modal dialog mode.
Microsoft.Dexterity.Applications.SmartListDictionary.VendorLookupForm window = Microsoft.Dexterity.Applications.SmartList.Forms.VendorLookup;
window.Open(); window.Procedures.CheckAdditionalSortCommands.Invoke(0); window.Commands.AllVendors.Run();
Pressing the back-space key in the "Find by" text box causes odd characters to be inserted, rather than the expected behaviour of deleting the text. However if the same code is executed form a non-modal dialog windows form, the behaviour is as expected, the characters to the left of the caret are deleted.
Anyone have any ways around this, it would be difficult for me to not use modal dialogs in my scenario
Screen shot showing the characters in the text box, rest of info on screen pixelated for privacy. Looks the same as this issue: "Invalid characters when when opening a dex form via a modal .net form" http://dyndeveloper.com/thread.aspx?Threadid=1656
Anybody have a solution for this? We've just learned one of our clients is having this problem. Has been occurring for more than one user on more than one computer, over at least two releases of GP. They do not have any custom forms, so we can easily create a new forms.dic, but that doesn't seem like it would help since it has been happening for so long. This is the only place we've seen this behavior.
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