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Re: Tab Order for Widgets in HList

by kean (Sexton)
on Oct 19, 2011 at 13:48 UTC ( #932407=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Tab Order for Widgets in HList

This works fine with Entrys. But when there is a JComboBox in the middle it ends at the first JComboBox. The crazy thing is that Shift-Tab works with JComboBox....
use strict; use warnings; use Tk; use Tk::HList; my $mw = MainWindow->new(); my $hlist = $mw->HList( -header => 0, -columns => 1 )->pack; $hlist->add(0); $hlist->itemCreate(0, 0, -itemtype => 'window', -widget => $hlist->Ent +ry(-text => "Text0") ); $hlist->add(1); $hlist->itemCreate(1, 0, -itemtype => 'window', -widget => $hlist->Ent +ry(-text => "Text1") ); $hlist->add(2); $hlist->itemCreate(2, 0, -itemtype => 'window', -widget => $hlist->Ent +ry(-text => "Text2") ); $hlist->add(3); $hlist->itemCreate(3, 0, -itemtype => 'window', -widget => $hlist->JCo +mboBox(-choices => ['Nein', 'Ja']) ); $hlist->add(4); $hlist->itemCreate(4, 0, -itemtype => 'window', -widget => $hlist->Ent +ry(-text => "Text4") ); $mw->bind('all','<Tab>', sub { $Tk::event->W ->focusPrev; Tk::break(); + } ); $mw->bind('all','<Shift-Tab>', sub { $Tk::event->W ->focusNext; Tk::br +eak(); } ); MainLoop;

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Re^2: Tab Order for Widgets in HList
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 19, 2011 at 14:15 UTC

    That is a bug in Tk::JDialog

    Test it without using override binding, and you'll see, with Tag, it goes backwards, but it cycles/loops through all items continually

    But if you use Shift+Tab it will stop on JDialog

    I surmise this is a bug in JDialog, but it could be a bug in HList or Tk... report upstream :)

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