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Take a look at the API Guide (C:\Oracle\AutoVue\docs\AutoVueAPIProgrammersGuide.pdf):1 person found this helpful
Exiting Markup Mode
Checks whether the MarkupBean member is null, and if not:
Sets the MarkupBean member to null
Removes markup‐specific mouse listeners
Saves markup settings into the user’s profile
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Thanks for the quick response. However, I would point out that I am not using the VueBean class/object directly. As the subject states, I am using the Oracle supplied JVue Applet and its scripting method. However, you have given me an idea for a workaround which I willl post if successful. (But if anyone else has other information I would be happy to hear it.)
Jeff's suggestion lead to a successful workaround though I still believe the applet method setMarkupMode() to be buggy.
Since the applet exposes the underlying VueBean, I can use it as Jeff suggests:
applet.getActiveVueBean().setMarkupModeEnabled(true | false);
p.s. Though this does work as documented, I would warn that using the (false) option destroys currently loaded markups. To me, I was expecting (and wanting) to merely toggle the display of the markup GUI elements without destroying information. I am assuming there is a way to do this but I am pretty new to the overall API so will have to search for that as well.