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TreeViewAdv Feature Request: Node text changed events

Hi, The current handling of editing in nodes is not as flexible as it can be. It fires AfterEdit() event without setting the text into the node. There is no way to get the text that is entered into the node right after editing. Can you add the following events: NodeEditorValidateString(node, value entered into the node) --------------------------------------------------------------- This is similar to Grid CurrentCellValidateString event. Fire this event everytime a char is typed into the node editor (text component). This is usefull in controlling # of chars/datatype that can be entered into the editor. NodeEditorValidating(node, value entered into the node) --------------------------------------------------------------- Fire this event everytime just before accepting the changes. NodeEditorValidated(node, value entered into the node) --------------------------------------------------------------- Fire this event everytime just after accepting the changes. And finally it will be nice to have something similar to the GridCurrentCell that has the editing control, areference to the actual node, the selected node etc. thanks, - Reddy

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RP Ramesh Praveen Syncfusion Team July 11, 2003 06:42 AM

Hi, Thanks for the feedback, we will add the events in the next patch update. We will also consider a "current edited node" property. Regards, Praveen


AS Arun Srinivasan Syncfusion Team July 30, 2003 06:41 AM

Hi Reddy, In Essential Suite version 1.6.1.5, three more events have been added to control node editing, namely: NodeEditorValidateString (which replaces AfterEdit) NodeEditorValidating (fired each time the text of the editor changes) and NodeEditorValidated(fired right after the text has been accepted) I have sent you the download instructions for Essential Suite 1.6.1.5. Regards, Arun

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