Instead of stopping the automatic creation oa a new record (which can also occur on other events like KEY-DOWN on the last record), you could put your creation logic into the appropiate trigger. Forms always calls the WHEN-CREATE-RECORD-trigger when it creates a new record, so put yourt logic in there and in your creation-button simple put a CREATE_RECORD;
Your link and discussion there is on duplicater records. My question is different.
Probably I was not able to explaing my problem.
I have a button that creates a new record when clicked. The button's trigger has the CREATE_RECORD statement.
When a new record is created, I need to copy values from the record above it. I have therefore used DUPLICATE_RECORD in my block's WHEN-NEW-RECORD-INSTANCE trigger.
I cannot use DUPLICATE-RECORD in WHEN-CREATE-RECORD trigger.
So, I am not clear about what you are suggesting.
My problem is that a new record gets created when click with my mouse pointer below the last record in the multi-record block. Why does that happen and how to prevent it?
The only chance is to set INSERT_ALLOWED at block-level to false and in your button-trigger temporarily set it to true again. The problem with this is, that you have to enable INSERT_ALLOWED again before committing, so yu have to have a PRE-COMMIT which does so and a POST-FORM-COMMIT to disable it again.