I think that is probably working as designed. The update callback is not triggered on every keystroke - and as you can imagine, there are many applications where this is the desired behavior.
That's true! I don't know what we are using for that. I wonder if it is some other kind of block that has not been exposed in the Styler.
Please log an IR with GTAC, and we will try to find out if there is any way to do this using the exposed methods. If not, we can always submit an Enhancement Request.
Many GUIs have a "value changed" type of callback. I don't see this in block styler (although I did not do a thorough search)
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I thought there was a ER for this, but I can not find it in my records. I had asked about this functionality at PLM World 2014 in Orlando. If you find the original ER or create another, please post it in this thread. I have several programs that I use winforms because of this issue.
I was also having a problem quite similar to your described problem.
One solution I found via google was to implement a Keyboard hook class which "listens" to your keyboard keystrokes. With that you can check with every keystroke that is registered if your string block is in focus and then do something.
The following link is where I got this from: