andy at brdstudio.net
Sat Jan 11 01:47:36 UTC 2014
The TreeView ui element in combination with ListStore and TreeStore data
structures are hard to get used to if you are familiar with MS.NET's
gridview. Most developers love them after initially being frustrated. I
find it faster and easier to work with them if you 'roll your own' for
all but the most simple applications.
To be frank I never use stetic to play gridview like elements, instead I
add them to the window when it is shown or exposed. Keep the TreeView
and ListStore like any MVC structure. Oh and never try to work with the
TreeIter other than to point at what you are after it is not intended to
be worked with, modified or changed, just use it like in the examples.
If you would like some different examples to look over I'd be happy to
help just ask.
On 1/3/2014 12:41 PM, random wrote:
> hi, where this should be done? I tried to put it to OnTreeview1Shown -method
> but nothing happens.
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