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Petr Kobalíček
Hi devs,

how to get selected list item when context menu is used? Note that I'm
using additive selection.

Playground:

http://demo.qooxdoo.org/current/playground/#%7B%22code%22%3A%20%22var%2520doc%2520%253D%2520this.getRoot%28%29%253B%250A%250Avar%2520listbox%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.List%28%29%253B%250A%250Alistbox.set%28%257Bwidth%253A200%252C%2520height%253A150%257D%29%253B%250Alistbox.setSelectionMode%28%2522additive%2522%29%253B%250A%250Adoc.add%28listbox%252C%2520%257Bleft%2520%253A%2520100%252C%2520top%2520%2520%253A%252050%257D%29%253B%250A%250Afor%2520%28var%2520i%2520%253D%25200%253B%2520i%2520%253C%2520100%253B%2520i%252B%252B%29%250A%257B%250A%2520%2520var%2520item%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.ListItem%28%2522Item%2520%2523%2522%2520%252B%2520i%29%253B%250A%2520%2520listbox.add%28item%29%253B%250A%257D%250A%250Avar%2520contextMenu%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Menu%28%29%253B%250Avar%2520delItem%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Button%28%2522Delete%2522%29%253B%250A%250AdelItem.addListener%28%2522execute%2522%252C%2520function%28ev%29%2520%257B%250A%2520%2520%252F%252F%2520How%2520to%2520get%2520current%2520list%2520item%253F%2520Opener%2520is%2520listbox.%250A%2520%2520var%2520opener%2520%253D%2520contextMenu.getOpener%28%29%253B%250A%2520%2520alert%28opener%29%253B%250A%257D%252C%2520this%29%253B%250A%250AcontextMenu.add%28delItem%29%253B%250Alistbox.setContextMenu%28contextMenu%29%253B%250A%22%7D

Sample code:

var doc = this.getRoot();

var listbox = new qx.ui.form.List();

listbox.set({width:200, height:150});
listbox.setSelectionMode("additive");

doc.add(listbox, {left : 100, top  : 50});

for (var i = 0; i < 100; i++)
{
  var item = new qx.ui.form.ListItem("Item #" + i);
  listbox.add(item);
}

var contextMenu = new qx.ui.menu.Menu();
var delItem = new qx.ui.menu.Button("Delete");

delItem.addListener("execute", function(ev) {
  // How to get current list item? Opener is listbox.
  var opener = contextMenu.getOpener();
  alert(opener);
}, this);

contextMenu.add(delItem);
listbox.setContextMenu(contextMenu);

Thanks for ideas:)

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Re: List and context menu - get list item

Stefan Volbers
Petr,

listbox.getSelection() returns an array of selected items.
contextMenu.getOpener() is only referring to the same list the context
menu is attached to, so in a simple case it is sufficient to use the
list itself.

This listener deletes the selected items:

delItem.addListener("execute", function(ev) {
   var opener = contextMenu.getOpener();
   if (listbox.getSelection())
   {
    var ls = listbox.getSelection();
    for (var i=0; i<ls.length; i++)
    {
     listbox.remove(ls[i]);
    }
   }
}, this);

The only thing that bothers me is that a right click on an item toggles
its selection (I would expect this only on a left click); I can't say
how to change that behavior.

HTH,

greetings
Stefan

Petr Kobalíček wrote:
> Hi devs,
>
> how to get selected list item when context menu is used? Note that I'm
> using additive selection.
>
> Playground:
>
> http://demo.qooxdoo.org/current/playground/#%7B%22code%22%3A%20%22var%2520doc%2520%253D%2520this.getRoot%28%29%253B%250A%250Avar%2520listbox%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.List%28%29%253B%250A%250Alistbox.set%28%257Bwidth%253A200%252C%2520height%253A150%257D%29%253B%250Alistbox.setSelectionMode%28%2522additive%2522%29%253B%250A%250Adoc.add%28listbox%252C%2520%257Bleft%2520%253A%2520100%252C%2520top%2520%2520%253A%252050%257D%29%253B%250A%250Afor%2520%28var%2520i%2520%253D%25200%253B%2520i%2520%253C%2520100%253B%2520i%252B%252B%29%250A%257B%250A%2520%2520var%2520item%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.ListItem%28%2522Item%2520%2523%2522%2520%252B%2520i%29%253B%250A%2520%2520listbox.add%28item%29%253B%250A%257D%250A%250Avar%2520contextMenu%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Menu%28%29%253B%250Avar%2520delItem%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Button%28%2522Delete%2522%29%253B%250A%250AdelItem.addListener%28%2522execute%2522%252C%2520function%28ev%29%2520%257B%250A%2520%2520%252
F%2

>  52F%2520How%2520to%2520get%2520current%2520list%2520item%253F%2520Opener%2520is%2520listbox.%250A%2520%2520var%2520opener%2520%253D%2520contextMenu.getOpener%28%29%253B%250A%2520%2520alert%28opener%29%253B%250A%257D%252C%2520this%29%253B%250A%250AcontextMenu.add%28delItem%29%253B%250Alistbox.setContextMenu%28contextMenu%29%253B%250A%22%7D
>
> Sample code:
>
> var doc = this.getRoot();
>
> var listbox = new qx.ui.form.List();
>
> listbox.set({width:200, height:150});
> listbox.setSelectionMode("additive");
>
> doc.add(listbox, {left : 100, top  : 50});
>
> for (var i = 0; i < 100; i++)
> {
>   var item = new qx.ui.form.ListItem("Item #" + i);
>   listbox.add(item);
> }
>
> var contextMenu = new qx.ui.menu.Menu();
> var delItem = new qx.ui.menu.Button("Delete");
>
> delItem.addListener("execute", function(ev) {
>   // How to get current list item? Opener is listbox.
>   var opener = contextMenu.getOpener();
>   alert(opener);
> }, this);
>
> contextMenu.add(delItem);
> listbox.setContextMenu(contextMenu);
>
> Thanks for ideas:)
>

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Re: List and context menu - get list item

Petr Kobalíček
Hi Stefan,

Thanks for reply. The problem is that I want exactly the item where
user clicked. You can see that selection is additive and I'm not
interested about it, so I need some mechanism to get item where user
clicked or null (of there is no item like scrollbar, etc).

The opener() was only my trying.

It took me about 2 hours and I have no solution. I can catch
contextmenu event, but I don't know how to translate coordinates to
the child widget. I looked at qooxdoo sources, but without success.

For example I have this code:

        // I just see both, I don't know the right one, documentation
is very brief.
        this.addListener("contextmenu", this._onContextMenu, this);
        this.addListener("beforeContextmenuOpen", this._onContextMenu, this);

an in _onContextMenu() I want to get children based on event
coordinates, is this possible? Or more precisely, is this right
approach ?

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- Petr Kobalicek <http://kobalicek.com>

2009/10/14 Stefan Volbers <[hidden email]>:

> Petr,
>
> listbox.getSelection() returns an array of selected items.
> contextMenu.getOpener() is only referring to the same list the context
> menu is attached to, so in a simple case it is sufficient to use the
> list itself.
>
> This listener deletes the selected items:
>
> delItem.addListener("execute", function(ev) {
>   var opener = contextMenu.getOpener();
>   if (listbox.getSelection())
>   {
>    var ls = listbox.getSelection();
>    for (var i=0; i<ls.length; i++)
>    {
>     listbox.remove(ls[i]);
>    }
>   }
> }, this);
>
> The only thing that bothers me is that a right click on an item toggles
> its selection (I would expect this only on a left click); I can't say
> how to change that behavior.
>
> HTH,
>
> greetings
> Stefan
>
> Petr Kobalíček wrote:
>> Hi devs,
>>
>> how to get selected list item when context menu is used? Note that I'm
>> using additive selection.
>>
>> Playground:
>>
>> http://demo.qooxdoo.org/current/playground/#%7B%22code%22%3A%20%22var%2520doc%2520%253D%2520this.getRoot%28%29%253B%250A%250Avar%2520listbox%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.List%28%29%253B%250A%250Alistbox.set%28%257Bwidth%253A200%252C%2520height%253A150%257D%29%253B%250Alistbox.setSelectionMode%28%2522additive%2522%29%253B%250A%250Adoc.add%28listbox%252C%2520%257Bleft%2520%253A%2520100%252C%2520top%2520%2520%253A%252050%257D%29%253B%250A%250Afor%2520%28var%2520i%2520%253D%25200%253B%2520i%2520%253C%2520100%253B%2520i%252B%252B%29%250A%257B%250A%2520%2520var%2520item%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.ListItem%28%2522Item%2520%2523%2522%2520%252B%2520i%29%253B%250A%2520%2520listbox.add%28item%29%253B%250A%257D%250A%250Avar%2520contextMenu%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Menu%28%29%253B%250Avar%2520delItem%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Button%28%2522Delete%2522%29%253B%250A%250AdelItem.addListener%28%2522execute%2522%252C%2520function%28ev%29%2520%257B%250A%2520%2520%252
> F%2
>>  52F%2520How%2520to%2520get%2520current%2520list%2520item%253F%2520Opener%2520is%2520listbox.%250A%2520%2520var%2520opener%2520%253D%2520contextMenu.getOpener%28%29%253B%250A%2520%2520alert%28opener%29%253B%250A%257D%252C%2520this%29%253B%250A%250AcontextMenu.add%28delItem%29%253B%250Alistbox.setContextMenu%28contextMenu%29%253B%250A%22%7D
>>
>> Sample code:
>>
>> var doc = this.getRoot();
>>
>> var listbox = new qx.ui.form.List();
>>
>> listbox.set({width:200, height:150});
>> listbox.setSelectionMode("additive");
>>
>> doc.add(listbox, {left : 100, top  : 50});
>>
>> for (var i = 0; i < 100; i++)
>> {
>>   var item = new qx.ui.form.ListItem("Item #" + i);
>>   listbox.add(item);
>> }
>>
>> var contextMenu = new qx.ui.menu.Menu();
>> var delItem = new qx.ui.menu.Button("Delete");
>>
>> delItem.addListener("execute", function(ev) {
>>   // How to get current list item? Opener is listbox.
>>   var opener = contextMenu.getOpener();
>>   alert(opener);
>> }, this);
>>
>> contextMenu.add(delItem);
>> listbox.setContextMenu(contextMenu);
>>
>> Thanks for ideas:)
>>
>
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Re: List and context menu - get list item

Fabian Jakobs
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Hi Petr,

I see two options:

1. attach the same contextmenu to each individual list item. This way
the opener points to the list item instead of the list.

2. Attach a "contextmenu" event listener to the list. The "getTarget()"
method of the event willl tell you which widget was directly under the
cursor.

Best Fabian


> Hi Stefan,
>
> Thanks for reply. The problem is that I want exactly the item where
> user clicked. You can see that selection is additive and I'm not
> interested about it, so I need some mechanism to get item where user
> clicked or null (of there is no item like scrollbar, etc).
>
> The opener() was only my trying.
>
> It took me about 2 hours and I have no solution. I can catch
> contextmenu event, but I don't know how to translate coordinates to
> the child widget. I looked at qooxdoo sources, but without success.
>
> For example I have this code:
>
>         // I just see both, I don't know the right one, documentation
> is very brief.
>         this.addListener("contextmenu", this._onContextMenu, this);
>         this.addListener("beforeContextmenuOpen", this._onContextMenu, this);
>
> an in _onContextMenu() I want to get children based on event
> coordinates, is this possible? Or more precisely, is this right
> approach ?
>
>  


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Re: List and context menu - get list item

Petr Kobalíček
Hi Fabian, it works!

It's interesting that I tried it but I had to do something wrong,
because I used getTarget() too, but probably differently.

Thanks!

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2009/10/14 Fabian Jakobs <[hidden email]>:

> Hi Petr,
>
> I see two options:
>
> 1. attach the same contextmenu to each individual list item. This way
> the opener points to the list item instead of the list.
>
> 2. Attach a "contextmenu" event listener to the list. The "getTarget()"
> method of the event willl tell you which widget was directly under the
> cursor.
>
> Best Fabian
>
>
>> Hi Stefan,
>>
>> Thanks for reply. The problem is that I want exactly the item where
>> user clicked. You can see that selection is additive and I'm not
>> interested about it, so I need some mechanism to get item where user
>> clicked or null (of there is no item like scrollbar, etc).
>>
>> The opener() was only my trying.
>>
>> It took me about 2 hours and I have no solution. I can catch
>> contextmenu event, but I don't know how to translate coordinates to
>> the child widget. I looked at qooxdoo sources, but without success.
>>
>> For example I have this code:
>>
>>         // I just see both, I don't know the right one, documentation
>> is very brief.
>>         this.addListener("contextmenu", this._onContextMenu, this);
>>         this.addListener("beforeContextmenuOpen", this._onContextMenu, this);
>>
>> an in _onContextMenu() I want to get children based on event
>> coordinates, is this possible? Or more precisely, is this right
>> approach ?
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> Fabian Jakobs
> JavaScript Framework Developer
>
> 1&1 Internet AG - Web Technologies
> Ernst-Frey-Straße 9 · DE-76135 Karlsruhe
> Telefon: +49 721 91374-6784
> [hidden email]
>
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>
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Re: List and context menu - get list item

Petr Kobalíček
And here is complete example:

http://demo.qooxdoo.org/current/playground/#%7B%22code%22%3A%20%22var%2520doc%2520%253D%2520this.getRoot%28%29%253B%250A%250Avar%2520listbox%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.List%28%29%253B%250A%250Alistbox.set%28%257Bwidth%253A200%252C%2520height%253A150%257D%29%253B%250Alistbox.setSelectionMode%28%2522additive%2522%29%253B%250A%250Adoc.add%28listbox%252C%2520%257Bleft%2520%253A%2520100%252C%2520top%2520%2520%253A%252050%257D%29%253B%250A%250Afor%2520%28var%2520i%2520%253D%25200%253B%2520i%2520%253C%2520100%253B%2520i%252B%252B%29%250A%257B%250A%2520%2520var%2520item%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.ListItem%28%2522Item%2520%2523%2522%2520%252B%2520i%29%253B%250A%2520%2520listbox.add%28item%29%253B%250A%257D%250A%250Avar%2520contextMenu%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Menu%28%29%253B%250Avar%2520delItem%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Button%28%2522Delete%2522%29%253B%250A%250Avar%2520contextItem%2520%253D%2520null%253B%250A%250AdelItem.addListener%28%2522execute%2522%252C%2520function%28ev%29%2520%257B%250A%2520%2520%252F%252F%2520Context%2520menu%2520executed%250A%2520%2520alert%28contextItem%29%253B%250A%257D%252C%2520this%29%253B%250A%250AcontextMenu.add%28delItem%29%253B%250Alistbox.setContextMenu%28contextMenu%29%253B%250Alistbox.addListener%28%2522contextmenu%2522%252C%2520function%28ev%29%2520%257B%250A%2520%2520contextItem%2520%253D%2520ev.getTarget%28%29%253B%250A%257D%29%253B%250A%22%7D

2009/10/14 Petr Kobalíček <[hidden email]>:

> Hi Fabian, it works!
>
> It's interesting that I tried it but I had to do something wrong,
> because I used getTarget() too, but probably differently.
>
> Thanks!
>
> --
> Best regards
> - Petr Kobalicek <http://kobalicek.com>
>
> 2009/10/14 Fabian Jakobs <[hidden email]>:
>> Hi Petr,
>>
>> I see two options:
>>
>> 1. attach the same contextmenu to each individual list item. This way
>> the opener points to the list item instead of the list.
>>
>> 2. Attach a "contextmenu" event listener to the list. The "getTarget()"
>> method of the event willl tell you which widget was directly under the
>> cursor.
>>
>> Best Fabian
>>
>>
>>> Hi Stefan,
>>>
>>> Thanks for reply. The problem is that I want exactly the item where
>>> user clicked. You can see that selection is additive and I'm not
>>> interested about it, so I need some mechanism to get item where user
>>> clicked or null (of there is no item like scrollbar, etc).
>>>
>>> The opener() was only my trying.
>>>
>>> It took me about 2 hours and I have no solution. I can catch
>>> contextmenu event, but I don't know how to translate coordinates to
>>> the child widget. I looked at qooxdoo sources, but without success.
>>>
>>> For example I have this code:
>>>
>>>         // I just see both, I don't know the right one, documentation
>>> is very brief.
>>>         this.addListener("contextmenu", this._onContextMenu, this);
>>>         this.addListener("beforeContextmenuOpen", this._onContextMenu, this);
>>>
>>> an in _onContextMenu() I want to get children based on event
>>> coordinates, is this possible? Or more precisely, is this right
>>> approach ?
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Fabian Jakobs
>> JavaScript Framework Developer
>>
>> 1&1 Internet AG - Web Technologies
>> Ernst-Frey-Straße 9 · DE-76135 Karlsruhe
>> Telefon: +49 721 91374-6784
>> [hidden email]
>>
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>>
>>
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Re: List and context menu - get list item

Fabian Jakobs
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Petr Kobalíček schrieb:

> And here is complete example:
>
> http://demo.qooxdoo.org/current/playground/#%7B%22code%22%3A%20%22var%2520doc%2520%253D%2520this.getRoot%28%29%253B%250A%250Avar%2520listbox%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.List%28%29%253B%250A%250Alistbox.set%28%257Bwidth%253A200%252C%2520height%253A150%257D%29%253B%250Alistbox.setSelectionMode%28%2522additive%2522%29%253B%250A%250Adoc.add%28listbox%252C%2520%257Bleft%2520%253A%2520100%252C%2520top%2520%2520%253A%252050%257D%29%253B%250A%250Afor%2520%28var%2520i%2520%253D%25200%253B%2520i%2520%253C%2520100%253B%2520i%252B%252B%29%250A%257B%250A%2520%2520var%2520item%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.form.ListItem%28%2522Item%2520%2523%2522%2520%252B%2520i%29%253B%250A%2520%2520listbox.add%28item%29%253B%250A%257D%250A%250Avar%2520contextMenu%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Menu%28%29%253B%250Avar%2520delItem%2520%253D%2520new%2520qx.ui.menu.Button%28%2522Delete%2522%29%253B%250A%250Avar%2520contextItem%2520%253D%2520null%253B%250A%250AdelItem.addListener%28%2522execute%2522%252C%2520function%28ev%29%2520%257B%250A%2520%2520%252F%252F%2520Context%2520menu%2520executed%250A%2520%2520alert%28contextItem%29%253B%250A%257D%252C%2520this%29%253B%250A%250AcontextMenu.add%28delItem%29%253B%250Alistbox.setContextMenu%28contextMenu%29%253B%250Alistbox.addListener%28%2522contextmenu%2522%252C%2520function%28ev%29%2520%257B%250A%2520%2520contextItem%2520%253D%2520ev.getTarget%28%29%253B%250A%257D%29%253B%250A%22%7D
>
> 2009/10/14 Petr Kobalíček <[hidden email]>:
>  
>> Hi Fabian, it works!
>>
>> It's interesting that I tried it but I had to do something wrong,
>> because I used getTarget() too, but probably differently.
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>>    
Cool. I love the playground :-)


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