AppWizard Button_Click-Event through Source-Code

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    • AppWizard Button_Click-Event through Source-Code

      Hello together,

      I have created an AppWizard application with various buttons and am now trying to trigger the click event via the touchscreen. Unfortunately it doesn't quite work with the touch controller, so I'm asking myself if it's possible to trigger the button click event respectively the notification code "WM_Notification_Clicked" also via the user source code?

      For example, if a variable has state 1, a WM_Message should be sent with MessageID "WM_NOTIFY_PARENT" and the event "WM_Notification_Clicked" so that the button created by the AppWizard has been "clicked". This sounds a bit special now, but would be a potential solution for our hardware.

      Is there a way to do this? I could not find anything in the emWin docu unfortunately.
      In use is the AppWizard v1.12_6.16 (with emWin version 6.16)


      I hope you can help me in this regard and look forward to hearing from you.

      With kind regards

      WitDai
    • Hi,

      As of right now, it is not possible to trigger interactions from user code. In our view it does not make much sense to manually trigger signals like a button click, since the button click itself should trigger an action instead.

      I'd recommend you to implement the touch controller on your hardware, so that you can make use of any touch-related interactions.

      Best regards,
      Florian