Just in case you were considering adding more power to Custom Screens I would like to put a request in for some more useful Widgets:
Checkbox Widget - returning 0 or 1
Radio Buttons or Option Buttons - returning Option Number
Combo Box - returning either Combo List Number or Combo Value
All these Widgets are still “Touch Screen” friendly.
When I was building Custom Inventory Screens I found the need for a “Yes/No” answer or “On/Off” value. In SambaPOS now the User would need to Enter these actually words in a Editor Widget or Use “Command Widget” cycle through.
I am considering building a new “Customer Payment Screen” with more options to control the flow of how the payment is applied. Therefore I would like to redesign this screen below a little more.
It is also possible to build all of that in html and use the HTML Widget. Your buttons, boxes, etc could fire automation commands or store settings etc. You can also simulate those with command buttons even making them appear rounded using corner radius setting.
That screen would be very simple to make. Save, Print, Cancel would be automation buttons, All the descriptions and even the returned value would be Label Widgets and the entry boxes are editor widgets. Finally you just insert a custom keyboard at bottom.
Is that a real question or are you trying to prove a point? No I have not built very many just a few but I know the capability is there and it would be great to see someone try and use it.
What I meant was your entire screen would be a HTML page with elements inside the page triggering the events. Its possible based on past discussions me and Q had way back when invoke script inject script were introduced.
That would be a 'Custom Entity Screen" right? Yes I agree I could probably build that now and as you said use Prompt for Yes/No data.
Oh sorry was a real question, just did not know how flexible a HTML widget could become inside of SambaPOS…
I definitely interested in using HTML (and a builder) because the next request from my team will be Lines & Graphics. Is there a model built on a working page somewhere? I did read that post using Document Model I think but was out of my understanding at that stage.