KMSG_ACT subtypes
[Message Types]


Defines

#define KMSG_ACT_ENABLE   1
 One or more actions changed state.
#define KMSG_ACT_CHECK   2
 One or more actions changed check state.
#define KMSG_ACT_REFRESH   3
 Refresh action states.
#define KMSG_ACT_NEW   4
 A new action was created.
#define KMSG_ACT_DELETE   5
 A custom action was deleted.
#define KMSG_ACT_ACTIVATE   6
 A custom action has been activated.
#define KMSG_ACT_BEGIN_CMDLINE   128
 Internal.
#define KMSG_ACT_CONTINUE_CMDLINE   129
 Internal.
#define KMSG_ACT_SYNC_CFG   130
 Internal.
#define KMSG_ACT_END_CMDLINE   131
 Internal.


Define Documentation

#define KMSG_ACT_ACTIVATE   6

A custom action has been activated.

When a custom action is activated, then the listener of that custom action receives this message. Note that only the listener for that custom action will receive this notification.

uparam of the message is set to the identifier of the custom action.

#define KMSG_ACT_CHECK   2

One or more actions changed check state.

Sent in response to khui_check_radio_action() or khui_check_action() and indicates that one or more actions have either been checked or unchecked.

#define KMSG_ACT_DELETE   5

A custom action was deleted.

Sent after a custom action is deleted. The uparam parameter of the message contains the identifier of the deleted action.

#define KMSG_ACT_ENABLE   1

One or more actions changed state.

This message is sent in response to a call to khui_enable_actions() or khui_enable_action() and indicates that one or more actions have changed their state.

#define KMSG_ACT_NEW   4

A new action was created.

Sent when a new custom action was created. The uparam parameter of the message contains the identifier of the newly created action.

#define KMSG_ACT_REFRESH   3

Refresh action states.

Sent after a batch of modifications were made to action states.


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