|ISingleCharWidgetApiCommit Method |
Commit the current writing session, optionally clear ink from the screen.
This method commits the current writing session if not empty
and starts a new one. If the current writing session is empty,
the widget does not start a new one.
The meaning of a writing session depends on the current handwriting
- In superimposed mode, a writing session represents
any kind of text (from a single character up to several sentences)
with each character written on top of the other. A commit operation
freezes all strokes and text interpretation, keeps them and starts
a new writing session.
- In isolated mode, a writing session represents a single
character. A commit operation indicates the end of the current
character and starts the next one.
- In cursive mode, a writing session is a single screen page,
which represents from a single character up to several words and
sentences, laid out on a single or multiple lines. A commit operation
indicates the end of the current screen page and starts the
Strokes currently displayed on the screen are either kept or removed
from the screen based on the value of the
MyScript.Atk.Text.Scw (in MyScript.Atk.Text.Scw.dll) Version: 22.214.171.124 (126.96.36.199)
- Type: SystemBoolean
Clear ink from the screen if true, keep
ink if false.
This method may be ignored if the widget is not configured, as
the recognition mode could not be automatically detected and this
information is required.
If you plan on using this API before widget is configured, please
consider setting the recognition mode explicitly using the provided