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IN Spotlight 2023 if I (for example) click on a cable, to check what components are used, select Cable Configuration, and then click Cancel VW recalculates the cable. Why? Cancel means "make no changes". It means leave things as they were, forget anything I've done, discard any changes, go back to how things were BEFORE. I'd really like VW to work like every other piece of software on the planet. If I click Cancel on a dialog, the program should instantly go back to where I was BEFORE I opened the dialog and not force me to wait while it recalculates something that does NOT need recalculating.
I've got an event-enabled linear PIO that raise a custom dialog with a double click on it. It works fine swapping values between custom dialog and info object palette. I've implemented dialog handle procedure with item 1 (OK Button), item 2 (CancelButton). Now I would like to add item 12605 (preview button) which would operate as the Ok button (updating PIO ), but without exit from dialog. It doesn't work at all because seems that you must exit from the dialog event loop to obtain PIO updating. Thanks in advance for any suggestion.