“‘X’ Gon Give It To Ya”: Monitor the Close Event of a Subview Closed by a Window Border Control (the “X” button)

Here’s the scenario: A user closes a subview by clicking on the “X” button its window, messing up your order of rule execution AND the demo of your work to the client.

Not that that really happened (oh yes it did).

Well, I’m not angry about it or anything (oh yes I am).

I spent several hours running through the entire chain of events and possible actions. And all of them worked correctly in EVERY instance — before I thought to test what would happen if the user closed the subview using that blasted “X” button in its window.

And what I found were three things: (1) clicking on that “X” control will abort normal rule execution, which (2) reproduced the behavior we saw during the demo, and (3) the window controls’ events are not captured by K2 SmartForms.

Well. Not without a little help.

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“‘X’ Gon Give It To Ya”: Monitor the Close Event of a Subview Closed by a Window Border Control (the “X” button)