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class Fl_Multi_Browser


Class Hierarchy

Include Files

    #include <FL/Fl_Multi_Browser.H>
    

Description

The Fl_Multi_Browser class is a subclass of Fl_Browser which lets the user select any set of the lines. The user interface is Macintosh style: clicking an item turns off all the others and selects that one, dragging selects all the items the mouse moves over, and shift + click toggles the items. This is different then how forms did it. Normally the callback is done when the user releases the mouse, but you can change this with when().

See Fl_Browser for methods to add and remove lines from the browser.

Methods

Fl_Multi_Browser::Fl_Multi_Browser(int x, int y, int w, int h, const char *label = 0)

Creates a new Fl_Multi_Browser widget using the given position, size, and label string. The default boxtype is FL_DOWN_BOX .

virtual Fl_Multi_Browser::~Fl_Multi_Browser()

The destructor also deletes all the items in the list.

int Fl_Browser::deselect()

Deselects all lines.

int Fl_Browser::select(int line_no,int v=1)
int Fl_Browser::selected(int line_no) const

The first version of this call selects (v=1) or deselects (v=0) a line in the browser. The second call returns the current selection state of a line.

void Fl_Browser::value(int)
int Fl_Browser::value() const

The first version of this call selects a single line. The second version returns the currently focused item, even if it is not selected. To find all selected items, call Fl_Multi_Browser::selected() for every item in question.

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