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From: SPRENGER, EDWARD J <EDWARD_J_SPRENGER@fleet.com> - 2003-01-23 17:00:56
I've looked thoroughly through the entire archive for this list, and haven't
seen these problem solutions resolved. The issues I'm having are all related
to a treeview object, with the -checkboxes => 1 option.
- For some reason, enabling checkboxes screws up the horizontal scrolling of
the object. Despite having enough space for the object, the horizontal
scrollbar appears, with a massive amount of space available to scroll (it's
as if the object is now several thousand pixels wide, of entirely blank
space). This is mostly a cosmetic issue, but let's face it: it looks awful,
and makes it hard to scroll horizontally when you really need to. Is there a
way to prevent this, or at the very least disable the horizontal scrollbar
- Identifying when a checkbox has been clicked. I noticed some discussion
about how to detect this, and it seems there isn't an _ItemCheck event for
treeview nodes. Ok. I would settle for using TreeView_Click() event, but the
problem is that the event is triggered *before* the item's state is changed.
So any logic I perform on the click event will be wrong, since it's looking
at the tree before the action you just performed is taken into account. Is
there a way to trigger an event when an item is checked, as opposed to right
- Anyone have any luck with the HitTest() function? It seems to only work
sporadically, and makes it impossible for any sort of context-sensitive
actions (like a context menu on right-click) without it. When I call it, I
sometimes get the node I clicked on, but usually not.
Any suggestions or answers for these questions would be much appreciated.
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