CONTROL ID NOt DECLARED

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FcCard95
FcCard95 Member Posts: 2 Member

Hi,


I'm trying to make an interface with 2 windows. In this case option_1 and option_2. The goal is when I select option_1, option_2 disappears and vice versa. As long as I have the same number of elements in the arrays for each window it works fine. The problem starts when i add an element to one of the arrays. Everything works fine but when I click on option_2 it says control id was not declared. I can't understand what I'm doing wrong.

At this point "polypx" on vi-control told me that the while loops are assuming they are the same size. How can i make them assume the real size of each array? Is it possible?

on init

      set_ui_height(30)
      make_perfview
      message("")

      declare %option_1[5]
      declare %option_2[6]

      declare $i

{-----------Option 1-----------}
      declare ui_switch $swi_option1
      move_control($swi_option1,5,1)

      declare ui_switch $swi_option2
      move_control($swi_option2,6,1)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test1
      move_control($swi_test1,1,1)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test2
      move_control($swi_test2,1,2)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test3
      move_control($swi_test3,1,3)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test4
      move_control($swi_test4,1,4)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test5
      move_control($swi_test5,1,5)

      %option_1[0] := get_ui_id($swi_test1)
      %option_1[1] := get_ui_id($swi_test2)
      %option_1[2] := get_ui_id($swi_test3)
      %option_1[3] := get_ui_id($swi_test4)
      %option_1[4] := get_ui_id($swi_test5)

{-----------Option 2-----------}
      declare ui_switch $swi_test6
      move_control($swi_test6,2,1)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test7
      move_control($swi_test7,2,2)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test8
      move_control($swi_test8,2,3)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test9
      move_control($swi_test9,2,4)

      declare ui_switch $swi_test10
      move_control($swi_test10,2,5)
       
      declare ui_switch $swi_test11
      move_control($swi_test11,2,6)

      %option_2[0] := get_ui_id($swi_test6)
      %option_2[1] := get_ui_id($swi_test7)
      %option_2[2] := get_ui_id($swi_test8)
      %option_2[3] := get_ui_id($swi_test9)
      %option_2[4] := get_ui_id($swi_test10)
      %option_2[5] := get_ui_id($swi_test11)
end on

function show_option_1
  $i := 0
  while ($i<num_elements(%option_1))
    set_control_par(%option_2[$i],$CONTROL_PAR_HIDE,$HIDE_WHOLE_CONTROL)
    set_control_par(%option_1[$i],$CONTROL_PAR_HIDE,$HIDE_PART_NOTHING)
    $swi_option2 := 0
    inc($i)
  end while
end function

function show_option_2
  $i := 0
  while ($i<num_elements(%option_2))
    set_control_par(%option_1[$i],$CONTROL_PAR_HIDE,$HIDE_WHOLE_CONTROL)
    set_control_par(%option_2[$i],$CONTROL_PAR_HIDE,$HIDE_PART_NOTHING)
    $swi_option1 := 0
    inc($i)
  end while
end function

on ui_control($swi_option1)
  call show_option_1
end on

on ui_control($swi_option2)
  call show_option_2
end on


Best Answer

  • darb1
    darb1 Member Posts: 22 Member
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    In the second function you´re looping for 6 elements through an array with 5 indexes. (num_e of option2 = 6, so in the last loop iteration you´ll get option_1[5] -> and whoops there it happens, index not declared)

    Put it into two seperate while loops(in each function), one going till num_elements of option1, the other of option2, then only hide the 1 or 2 stuff in their own while loop.

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  • darb1
    darb1 Member Posts: 22 Member
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    In the second function you´re looping for 6 elements through an array with 5 indexes. (num_e of option2 = 6, so in the last loop iteration you´ll get option_1[5] -> and whoops there it happens, index not declared)

    Put it into two seperate while loops(in each function), one going till num_elements of option1, the other of option2, then only hide the 1 or 2 stuff in their own while loop.

  • FcCard95
    FcCard95 Member Posts: 2 Member
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    Hi,

    That's it! Thank you, but I actually give a try to "ui_panels" and it's a lot more easy to do this way.

    Thank you!

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