Do I want to know is that it is possible that I should move with tab key through out such fields which are not in browse mode?
Reason for keeping those fields not in browse mode is that to keep them only on "Read only" state.
You can handle that if you add a object on each tab that you name. Then have a LayoutTrigger and look for number for arrow left or right
I didn't get you properly.
1. On each Tab, add a object that you in Inspector give a name
2. Create a script that handles OnLayoutKeystroke for <- and -> arrows or what ever else you might want to have
3. In the Layout Settings for Triggers add that new script
Then the layout will trigger you script to run overtime you trigger something on the layout.
johanhedman, I think he’s asking about the tab key.
fawad001, If you want to disable editing for a field, you can uncheck that box in the Inspector, under “behavior". Doing this also removes it from the tab order.
If you want the field to remain editable, and only want the field to be skipped while tabbing, remove it from the tab order (Layouts Menu > Set Tab Order).
Using the Tab key, through the Tab Order is to change the active field by hitting the tab key.
If the field is "not in browse mode" (for which I assume you mean Browse mode unchecked in Inspector), what is the purpose of trying to tab to it?
What is it that you are trying to accomplish?
Why would you want to tab to a field that is closed in Browse Mode?
Understanding this might give more direct answers to what you are trying to achieve.
I got that , thank you soo much.
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