Hello Kacper,

I'm glad that your enjoying the use of VisualRuby.  As to working with Column Renderers, you will need to get the column first, which you can do by using the ViewCommon method: renderer(:id).

This will return the Actual Renderer for the column that you want to modify, or connect a signal to.  So, you would do something like this:

tree = VR::TreeView.new(:x => String, :y => String, :z => String)
tree.renderer(:y).signal_connect("editing-started") do |*args|
  ..... do code here .....
end


hth,

Mario


On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 1:22 AM, Kacper M. <ruby-forum-incoming@andreas-s.net> wrote:
Hi there

I'm coding an app with visualruby and I love it, but sometimes the lack
of documentation and knowledge/skills (on my side) gets me stuck. :)

What I can't seem to get past now is to attach some code to
VR::ComboCol/VR::CellRendererCombo signals? (Or any other signals
produced by cells in a listview, for that matter?)

Cheers,
k

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