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(New page: ==createSelectionContext== Connects the selection of two controls. When connected, the destination control is notified about changes to the selection in the source control. Lua Syntax: <...)
 
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===Arguments===
 
===Arguments===
 
====window2====
 
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:'''true|false''' - If given the first control is also notified about changes in second control.
 
:'''true|false''' - If given the first control is also notified about changes in second control.
 
===Flags===
 
===Flags===
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====s/select====
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:Defines the selection context of the source control which will be used. 0 is the default selection context, 1 is the alternative selection context (only supported by specific controls, e.g. objectTree) and 2 is the detail selection context (selected sub-object). Default value is 0.
 
===Return Values===
 
===Return Values===
 
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Latest revision as of 12:57, 16 August 2009

createSelectionContext

Connects the selection of two controls.

When connected, the destination control is notified about changes to the selection in the source control.

Lua Syntax:

createSelectionContext(window2, window1 [, bidirectional], {flags=1, 
    select = int})

Arguments

window2

"string" - The source control, the destination control is notified about changes in this control.

window1

"string" - The destination control.

bidirectional

true|false - If given the first control is also notified about changes in second control.

Flags

s/select

Defines the selection context of the source control which will be used. 0 is the default selection context, 1 is the alternative selection context (only supported by specific controls, e.g. objectTree) and 2 is the detail selection context (selected sub-object). Default value is 0.

Return Values

None.