What do you expect a "command click" to do?
It is possible to set up a field with the URL as a button and the script performed by the button can use Get ( ModifierKeys ) to detect the fact that a specific modifier key (command, ctrl, option, alt, shift, caps lock) or group of the same where down at the instant the mouse clicked the button.
To open the url in a new window.
I see, great way to implement this. But fm's documentation is unclear, specifically the change log for FM 13, that doesn't explain any of that. It's actually in this document,
further down at:
"Windows support for opening URLs in a browser when clicked on in text fields"
You can select that option from a menu that pops up by right clicking the text in Windows.
But as I don't own a Mack, I can't recall off hand the key to hold down to get the same menu and it might not be a supported option on Macs.
The actual text in the change log is as follows: "Previously only on the Mac platform could you click on a URL in a text field while holding down the Command key and have the URL launched in the machine's default browser. In FileMaker Pro 13 this behavior is now available on Windows when the you hold down the Alt key while clicking."
I 've not yet tried it on windows but it seems to not be working on the mac with the cmd key which is the equivalent. I will try it in windows too. If I get what fm documentation means, they claim that in any text box with a url you need to hold the ctrl or cmd and click it to go there in a new browser. But that doesn't seem to be the case, so far in my testing.
Thanks for teaching me something new in FileMaker 13.
In windows, if I hold down the Alt key and click a text field with a valid URL, I find a new tab in my default web browser application showing that web site.