replaces the &F[...] expressions in the script when displaying the screen,
and therefore you get the value that was shown in the InputField before the user
entered a new value.
are three possibilities to obtain the new value:
up the whole string in your InputScript, e.g.
"using" option use the notation [Delivery]:
using PDELIVERY = [Delivery]
this case GuiXT will pass the new value and you can use the PDELIVERY parameter
in order to build up the string:
third possibility is tricky and we would prefer (a) or (b), but this version is
interesting in that it demonstrates the substitution mechanism of GuiXT:
PAR = "\\VI010\emails\mailto_&V[ampchar]F[Delivery].txt"
the script is processed, the &[ampchar] expression is substituted by
"&". GuiXT then stores the value
parameter. When the user presses the pushbutton, the InputScript is started and
this parameter is passed to the InputScript. When the InputScript uses it, GuiXT
replaces &F[Delivery] with its value, which has now become the new input