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RadioButton and Keyboard Controls

hi,

I have a radiobutton list
say,
Florida | New York | New Jersey | Texas

the radiobutton list has autopostback set to true, as i fire up some code after one of the radiobuttons are selected.

Now, i want to be able to traverse the radiobutton using only the keyboard, as i am firing a sql based on the selection, i can't seem to be able to pick Texas as a option, because once Florida is highlighted the sql is fired.

is there any way I can traverse the radiobuttons using only the keyboard.
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Thank You,
Sean
Nov 17 '05 #1
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i did try to atleast use the hotkey(accesskey) to work with radiobuttons but
it din't ..

one elementary question, i have these radiobuttons, when i use the tab key
to go thru' these elements, it selects it automatically, is that normal ...
?
"Ray Dixon [MVP]" <ra*@NOSPAM.greeble.com> wrote in message
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Hi Sean,

Have you checked out the WebControl.AccessKey property? Docs here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...us/cpref/html/
frlrfSystemWebUIWebControlsWebControlClassAccessKe yTopic.asp
You have to use Alt+<selected key> but I think it will do what you're
looking for.
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Ray Dixon - Microsoft MVP
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(remove NOSPAM. from my e-mail address for a direct reply)
"Sean" <nospam@> wrote in message
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hi,

I have a radiobutton list
say,
Florida | New York | New Jersey | Texas

the radiobutton list has autopostback set to true, as i fire up some code
after one of the radiobuttons are selected.

Now, i want to be able to traverse the radiobutton using only the keyboard, as i am firing a sql based on the selection, i can't seem to be able to pick Texas as a option, because once Florida is highlighted the sql is fired.

is there any way I can traverse the radiobuttons using only the keyboard.
--
Thank You,
Sean

Nov 17 '05 #2

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