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tree table flexibility [message #957624] Thu, 25 October 2012 11:14
Eric Levy is currently offline Eric LevyFriend
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Hi,

I started writing Java GUIs long ago. I wrote directly in AWT before there was any alternative, and I have worked on several Swing projects. However, I am currently considering using SWT for the first time for an upcoming project. But first, I wanted more clarity on the flexibility of SWT's tree table functionality. The upcoming project requires that one of the columns in a tree table is an icon that the user clicks to iterate over several states, each one represented by a different images. It would be similar to a checkbox-mode tree table, but rather than checkboxes, I need images, and rather than only two states, I need several. Of course, a change in an item's state would cause a change in the states of its descendents.

So I wonder whether this behavior is possible using SWT. If so, where may I find a simple example or appropriate API?
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