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TreeView (gb.qt4)

This control implements a tree view of selectable text items with icons.

Tree view items are indexed by a key. They display a string and an icon for each item.

This control has an internal cursor used for accessing its items. Use the MoveFirst, MoveNext, MoveTo... methods to move the internal cursor, and the Item property to get the item it points at.

This class inherits _TreeView.
This class is
Creates a new TreeView control.
creatable
.
This class acts like a
Returns a view item from its key. The internal cursor is moved.
read-only
array.

Properties

Methods Events
Returns or sets the action string associated with the control.
Action  
Returns if the Item property is valid.
Available  
Returns or sets the background color used by the control.
Background  
Returns or sets if the control has a border.
Border  
Returns a collection of each control included in the container.
Children  
A synonymous for the ClientHeight property.
ClientH  
Returns the height of the internal area containing the items.
ClientHeight  
A synonymous for the ClientWidth property.
ClientW  
Returns the width of the internal area containing the items.
ClientWidth  
Returns the position of the top border of the area containing the controls.
ClientX  
Returns the position of the left border of the area containing the controls.
ClientY  
Use this property to return the result of the comparison of a Compare event.
Compare  
Returns the number of items in the view.
Count  
Returns the current item, i.e. the item that has the focus, or that is selected in single selection mode.
Current  
Use this property for assigning a custom cursor to a control.
Cursor  
Indicates that the control is in design mode.
Design  
Returns or sets if a control accepts drops.
Drop  
Returns if the items are editables by default, i.e. if they can be renamed by the user when he clicks on them.
Editable  
Indicates that the control is enabled.
Enabled  
Returns or sets if a control will expand if included in a container that arranges its contents.
Expand  
Returns or sets the font used to draw text in the control.
Font  
Returns or sets the foreground color used by the control.
Foreground  
A synonymous for the Height property.
H  
Returns the internal X11 window handle of the control.
Handle  
Returns whether the control has the focus.
HasFocus  
Returns or sets the height of the control.
Height  
Returns whether the mouse cursor is inside the control.
Hovered  
A synonymous for the Handle property.
Id  
Returns or sets if a control must be ignored when its parent arranges its children.
Ignore  
Returns the item pointed by the internal cursor, or NULL if the internal cursor is not available.
Item  
Returns the key of the Current item.
Key  
Returns or sets the position of the left border of the control relative to its parent.
Left  
Returns or sets the selection mode.
Mode  
Returns or sets the appearence of the cursor when it points inside the control.
Mouse  
Returns or sets the name of the control.
Name  
Returns the next control having the same parent.
Next  
Return or set if a control cannot be focused with the TAB key.
NoTabFocus  
Returns the control container.
Parent  
Return or set the name of the menu that will be popped-up when the user presses the right mouse button or the keyboard MENU key.
PopupMenu  
Returns the previous control having the same parent.
Previous  
Return or set the "proxy" of a control.
Proxy  
Return if an item is being renamed.
Renaming  
Returns the position of the left border of the control in screen coordinates.
ScreenX  
Returns the position of the top border of the control in screen coordinates.
ScreenY  
Returns or sets which scrollbars are displayed.
ScrollBar  
A synonymous of ScrollHeight.
ScrollH  
Returns the contents height.
ScrollHeight  
A synonymous of ScrollWidth.
ScrollW  
Returns the contents width.
ScrollWidth  
Returns or sets the horizontal scrolling position.
ScrollX  
Returns or sets the vertical scrolling position.
ScrollY  
Return the keys of all selected rows as a string array.
Selection  
Indicates if the items are sorted.
Sorted  
Returns or sets the control tag.
Tag  
Returns or sets the tooltip shown when the mouse stays on the control a few time.
Tooltip  
Returns or sets the position of the top border of the control relative to its parent.
Top  
Returns or sets if the control will receive MouseMove events.
Tracking  
Indicates if the control is visible or not.
Visible  
A synonymous for the Width property.
W  
Returns or sets the width of the control.
Width  
Returns the top-level window that contains the control.
Window  
Returns or sets the position of the left border of the control relative to its parent.
X  
Returns or sets the position of the top border of the control relative to its parent.
Y  
Adds an item to the view.
Add  
Clears the view.
Clear  
Destroys the control.
Delete  
Starts a drag & drop process.
Drag  
Returns if an item is associated with the given key.
Exist  
Finds an item from coordinates relative to the control.
FindAt  
Finds the first child control pointed by the X and Y coordinates.
FindChild  
Grab the keyboard and the mouse so that all keyboard and mouse events are received by the control.
Grab  
Hides the control.
Hide  
Sends the control to the background of its parent.
Lower  
Moves and/or resizes the control.
Move  
Moves the internal cursor one visible item above.
MoveAbove  
When one of the other Move* methods has failed, you can use this one to move the internal cursor back to its position before the move.
MoveBack  
Moves the internal cursor one visible item below.
MoveBelow  
Moves the internal cursor to the first child item.
MoveChild  
Moves the internal cursor to the current item.
MoveCurrent  
Moves the internal cursor to the first item of the view.
MoveFirst  
Moves the internal cursor to the last item of the view.
MoveLast  
Moves the internal cursor to the next child item.
MoveNext  
Moves the internal cursor to the parent item.
MoveParent  
Moves the internal cursor to the previous sibling item.
MovePrevious  
Moves and/or resizes the control.
MoveScaled  
Moves the internal cursor to a specified item.
MoveTo  
Sends the control to the foreground of its parent.
Raise  
Trigger a redraw of the control.
Refresh  
Removes an item from the view.
Remove  
Changes the container of a control.
Reparent  
Resizes the control.
Resize  
Resizes the control.
ResizeScaled  
Scroll the contents to the given position.
Scroll  
Select all items in the view.
SelectAll  
Gives the focus to the control.
SetFocus  
Shows the control.
Show  
Unselect all selected items.
UnselectAll  
Raised when an item is double-clicked.
Activate  
This event is raised when a container has just finished arranging its contents.
Arrange  
This event is raised just before a container arranges its contents.
BeforeArrange  
This event is raised when the user has canceled an in-place item renaming.
Cancel  
Raised when an item is clicked.
Click  
Raised when an item is collapsed.
Collapse  
This event is raised when two items must be compared.
Compare  
Raised when the user quickly clicks twice on the control.
DblClick  
This event is raised when the mouse enters the control during a drag & drop process.
Drag  
This event is raised when the mouse leaves the control during a drag & drop operation.
DragLeave  
This event is raised while the mouse moves inside the control during a drag & drop process.
DragMove  
This event is raised when a drag is dropped in the control.
Drop  
Raised when the mouse enters the control.
Enter  
Raised when an item is expanded.
Expand  
Raised when the control has got the focus.
GotFocus  
Raised when a key is pressed while the control has the focus.
KeyPress  
Raised when a key is released while the control has the focus.
KeyRelease  
Raised when the mouse leaves the control.
Leave  
Raised when the control has lost the focus.
LostFocus  
Raised when the user clicks on the control with the right mouse button, or if it hits the MENU key.
Menu  
Raised when a mouse button is pressed while the cursor is inside the control.
MouseDown  
This event is raised when a drag operation should be started.
MouseDrag  
Raised when the mouse moves inside the control while a mouse button is pressed.
MouseMove  
Raised when a mouse button is depressed while the cursor is inside the control.
MouseUp  
This event is raised when the user moves or presses the mouse wheel while the mouse is inside the control.
MouseWheel  
This event is raised when a new child Control has just been inserted into the container.
NewChild  
Raised when the user has just renamed an item.
Rename  
Raised when the selection of the view has changed.
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