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how to detect a child dialog is closed? [message #446890] Mon, 06 December 2004 01:14 Go to next message
andrew is currently offline andrewFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Dear all,

I am having problem to detect child dialog events. On my main appication,
there is a button which will bring a child dialog when a user click on it.
This child dialog is an sub class of JFace dialog and is not an inner-class
of the main application

I want my main application to perform some action when ever the child dialog
is closed (2 types event, "OK" close and "Close" close")

I don't know how to caputure the events fired by the child dialog.

Can anyone help me on this?

Thanks.

Andrew
Re: how to detect a child dialog is closed? [message #446894 is a reply to message #446890] Mon, 06 December 2004 08:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: olivier.larivain.criltechnology.com

The class Dialog has a method open() wich opens the dialog box et returns a
code for Ok, Cancel and any Button you define in it, this should help you
with your Ok close event.

What do you mean by Close close? closing the windpw through the title bar?

"andrew" <andrewcomputer@yahoo.com> a
Re: how to detect a child dialog is closed? [message #447136 is a reply to message #446894] Thu, 09 December 2004 00:58 Go to previous message
andrew is currently offline andrewFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Thanks man :) this solves my problems.

Andrew
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