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Enabling focus listeners on the composite container [message #915478] Mon, 17 September 2012 11:18
Shyamala Gowri is currently offline Shyamala GowriFriend
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I have four composites aligned in order.

Each composite has a check box, Label, and 2 Buttons. Now these composites are aligned one after another.

I want to enable focus on these items, i.e. when I use tab to go from one composite to other, the current composite should look highlighted. Ideally I want it to behave like a list, when you choose an item then that gets highlighted. Is this possible?

I understand that composite acts as a container for others widgets, control. My requirement is that I have a list of 5 entries, and that each item in the list has a check box, label, and two Buttons. I would also want it to be focused on when they are selected.

Also please let me know alternative solutions for the same UI that I have described above.
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