Sunday, May 29, 2011

Re: Tree item for MouseDownEvent

I found this option that appears to work. I am able to get the title
of the item that I set and then I can compare it and display the panel
that I want.

If there is a better way please let me know.


slotTree.addSelectionHandler(new SelectionHandler(){
public void onSelection(SelectionEvent event) {
TreeItem temp = (TreeItem) event.getSelectedItem();

On May 29, 3:01 pm, Doug <> wrote:
> Good Afternoon,
> For items in a tree how do you determine what tree item was clicked
> on?  I have a tree that I am using like a menu and based on the tree
> item selected I would like to display a different panel.  Below is the
> MouseDownHandler that I am working with.  How should I be determining
> what list item the event was fired for?
> Thanks,
> Doug
>             tree.addMouseDownHandler(new MouseDownHandler(){
>                         @Override
>                         public void onMouseDown(MouseDownEvent event) {
>                                 // TODO display panel for item selected in tree
>                                 contentLabel.setText(event.getAssociatedType().toString());
>                                 sp.setWidget(contentPanel);
>                         }});

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