So there’s an event I can override, with the following signature:
public void cursorNotify(int _event)
So if I look that up in the documentation, I should be able to see what values I might get for the _event parameter, right? Nope.
It says there’s going to be a table of event IDs, but there is no table.
Go back to the AX 2009 documentation, though, and you can see the table.
And hey, it even has some example code. A lot of the AX 2012 documentation leaves me with the impression that it was automatically generated, and then never reviewed by an actual human. And that they don’t really want to bother updating it or improving it And, sometimes, I feel like I need to vent about that…
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