[Gtk-sharp-list] Entry EditingDone Event

Luciano Callero lnc19@hotmail.com
Fri, 24 Oct 2003 15:02:41 -0300

Yes this is the only way that i find, but my mistake was that i think that 
editingDone event was a Validate Event (this is an event that is fired 
before focus and it can stop the focus).

Thanks for your wasted time on this topic.

>From: Mike Kestner <mkestner@speakeasy.net>
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>On Fri, 2003-10-24 at 12:11, Luciano Callero wrote:
> > Imagine that you have 2 Entry's that are one next to other. If you have 
> > FocusIn event in the second and the focusOut (In the second Entry). And 
> > the first you have the FocusOut, if you have some validations on the
> > focusOut 1 (First Entry) the focus left, then gives you a message, and
> > execute the focus In of the second Entry, but if you tell Return to 
> > (Depending on the question answered on the message display), You can't 
> > focus, it happen some BIG loop, and this is really dirty.
>I'm not certain that I'm completely following the example, but it sounds
>like you are validating the contents of the entry and have to refocus
>the entry if the validation fails or write to the data store and allow
>focus to leave if validation succeeds.  If that's the case, you may need
>to grab the focus and proactively manage focus out behavior instead of
>just listening for a focus out event.
>Mike Kestner <mkestner@speakeasy.net>

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