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Bug 33994 - EventProperty.EventEditor extends deprecated EnhancedPropertyEditor and will not work correctly with the property sheet rewrite
EventProperty.EventEditor extends deprecated EnhancedPropertyEditor and will ...
Product: guibuilder
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Code
PC Windows ME/2000
: P3 (vote)
: 3.x
Assigned To: issues@guibuilder
Depends on: 26367
Blocks: 26350
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Reported: 2003-05-29 01:59 UTC by _ tboudreau
Modified: 2004-02-06 08:25 UTC (History)
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Description _ tboudreau 2003-05-29 01:59:59 UTC
The new PropertySheet implementation provides a
InplaceEditor that *tries* to work with the
inplace editors
supplied by this interface.  Since the contract for 
taking the value is now pressing Enter, not just
for a FOCUS_LOST event, I've done some very weird
with introspecting addActionListener methods and
focus lost events to get it to work.  

However, these hacks are not always reliable, and
the look
of the combo box does not match the other combo
boxes in
the property sheet.

This class could easily be rewritten as an
and get rid of the custom editor component entirely - 
just return TRUE from
and supply any matching methods from getTags.
Comment 1 Tomas Pavek 2003-07-21 12:28:24 UTC
As discussed in issue 26367, the functionality of custom in-place
editor still cannot be substituted by standard means. We need to
investigate this further.
Comment 2 _ tboudreau 2003-11-16 12:06:51 UTC
See my comments to issue 26367 - this should be possible as soon as I
merge the PropertyPanel rewrite branch.
Comment 3 _ tboudreau 2004-01-30 23:02:27 UTC
FYI, you can now supply an initial value for editing via


(it must be a string).  So that should take care of the last reason we can't kill the older 

Note:  Be *careful* not to return anything from getValue('initialEditValue") if the event 
handler already has a real event handler you want to show - the editors will prefer the 
initial value to anything they get from the property editor, so you only want to do this 
when the property value has not been set to a real value.
Comment 4 Tomas Pavek 2004-02-05 17:13:28 UTC
Done. The custom in-place editor eliminated.

new revision: 1.18; previous revision: 1.17
Comment 5 _ tboudreau 2004-02-05 20:15:05 UTC
Amen!  Welcome to the brave new world!

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