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ShelbySue

guitreeview and onevent

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Okay, I've searched and cannot seem to get a final YES or NO that the new _guictrltreeview_add... functions will allow you to set an event to fire with guictrlsetonevent or some other function call.

$tree = _guictrltreeview_create($form1,336, 45, 285, 377,BitOR($TVS_CHECKBOXES,$WS_TABSTOP))
$ditem = _guictrltreeview_add($tree,0,$dir)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent($ditem, "Folder_Click")

I just downloaded the new autoit - not beta - and then rewrote several functions to work with the new guitreeview.au3 and guilistview.au3 only to discover my events now don't fire.

Something about handles? Whatzup?

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Okay, I've searched and cannot seem to get a final YES or NO that the new _guictrltreeview_add... functions will allow you to set an event to fire with guictrlsetonevent or some other function call.

$tree = _guictrltreeview_create($form1,336, 45, 285, 377,BitOR($TVS_CHECKBOXES,$WS_TABSTOP))
$ditem = _guictrltreeview_add($tree,0,$dir)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent($ditem, "Folder_Click")

I just downloaded the new autoit - not beta - and then rewrote several functions to work with the new guitreeview.au3 and guilistview.au3 only to discover my events now don't fire.

Something about handles? Whatzup?

Controls created with the UDF functions don't work with GUICtrlSetOnEvent or GuiGetMsg, would need to use WM_NOTIFY

SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

Don't argue with an idiot; people watching may not be able to tell the difference.

 

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