|Re: Important upcoming change in toolitem-enablement check [message #1400901 is a reply to message #1400712]
||Mon, 14 July 2014 22:05
| Thomas Schindl
Registered: July 2009
The enable/disable stuff is not implemented by the *ItemRenderer but in
the container like ToolBarRenderer, MenuRenderer, ... .
As you noted we are currently don't reapply enablement once a Menu is
shown which sounds like a over simplification - because of performance
gains - but I think we can / need to fix this in the default
implementation so I filed
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=439572 and as a first step
extracted the generic part from the ToolBarRenderer.
On 14.07.14 18:03, Uwe San wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> in my use case, clicking a ToolItem will open a popup menu with two menu
> items. Unlike in the default case, the menu stays visible when an item
> was clicked. This requires an enablement check for all menu items after
> every click on an item, not only once after the menu is shown. Is there
> a way to achieve this in a custom MenuItemRenderer class? I could not
> find a straightforward way to change the default action callbacks.
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