[squeak-dev] Another oddity
trygver at ifi.uio.no
Sat Jun 13 06:19:10 UTC 2020
You are right, and I'm wrong, of course. No need for a heavy-duty
mechanism here since all objects appear to be single-purpose and know
The input pane is a PluggableTextMorphPlus, so there may be something
unconventional in its setup.
On 2020.06.12 17:42, Marcel Taeumel wrote:
> Hi Trygve.
> > Isn't the changed/update mechanism between a StringMorph and filter
> better known and simpler?
> Yes, if the list would signal "self changed: #filterTerm", the model
> could pass then on to the search field via a custom #update:. But
> usually the pluggable widgets in Squeak call models directly while
> models use #changed: to talk to widgets.
> Anyway, another goal is to "turn off" that filter reset in the list
> morph after X milliseconds. It is not just the synchronization between
> list and field.
>> Am 12.06.2020 08:57:02 schrieb Trygve Reenskaug <trygver at ifi.uio.no>:
>> Isn't the changed/update mechanism between a StringMorph and filter
>> better known and simpler?
>> Best ... Trygve
>> On 2020.06.12 08:39, K K Subbu wrote:
>>> On 11/06/20 12:02 pm, Marcel Taeumel wrote:
>>>> Yes, it was the simplest way to implement key-press response with
>>>> sync between textfield and list-filter state. It occasionally bugs
>>>> me too. See ListChooser >> #filterEvent:for: and the end of
>>> In filterEvent:for:, I see the up/down arrows being passed to
>>> listmorph. But shouldn't the left/right arrow keys be passed to the
>>> field editor?
>>> Regards .. Subbu
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>> achieve a goal. /
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