|GanttChart Questions [message #598903]
||Tue, 26 January 2010 07:06
| Markus Schindler
Registered: July 2009
I have a few question about the Nebula GanttChart widgets. So may you can help me?
1. Is there a way the be informed by a listener if the visible timerange have changed?
I would like to have something like:
public void timerangeChanged(GanttChart chart, Calendar from, Calendar to);
The timerange could be changed by many things, like Zooming, moving, jumping,...
So currently i didn't find any point, to fetch all this "timerangeChanged" events.
(Btw. a cool solution would be, to be only informed, if the chart has stopped to "move", because if I use for example the PaintListener I got a lot of
notifications but I only want to fetch my data if the chart is still not moving any more)
2. In my application I display a lot of sections, so a vertical scrollbar is shown. If I scroll to the bottom, and then (by a context change) I hide a
few sections and display only a few of them, the ganttChart is allready at the bottom, and the user has manually scroll to the top of the chart, to
see the visible sections.
Is there a way to jump to the top of the chart?
3. Is there a way to fix the chart to a special timerange?
For example: Let the user only moving, zooming etc. from 1. January to 30. January
4. What is the best way to show and hide sections and events to save memory/performance of the chart?
Btw. I'm using the latest nightly build from the hexapixel site.
Thanks in advance!
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