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Add a way to get the element an event was fired for

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  • Add a way to get the element an event was fired for

    If you set elem.SetPanelEvent("something",something) you can't get the element itself, because JS doesn't allow to hardcode event parameters, unlike listeners added directly in a layout file. So any dynamically created elements can't be referred to from their own event handlers, nor any their data of interest. This currently leaves any attempts to create fully dynamic UI impossible, as it can't properly react to any event if there are more than 1 elements with the same event handler. I'm stuck with this issue currently and can't progress any further.

  • #2
    You can pass in a function built by a function like so

    Code:
          root_pane.SetPanelEvent('onactivate', function() {
            return ItemPanelOnActivate(root_pane);
          });
          root_pane.SetPanelEvent('onmouseover', function() {
            return ItemPanelMouseOver(root_pane);
          });
          root_pane.SetPanelEvent('onmouseout', function() {
            return ItemPanelMouseExit(root_pane);
          });
    This currently leaves any attempts to create fully dynamic UI impossible
    You fucking what
    Last edited by gigimoi; 10-30-2015, 12:29 PM.

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    • #3
      I'm talking about creating a set of identical elements in row. If I just blindly do it like you variable capture won't let me work with each element. Instead it will make all elements handlers get the last created element as a parameter. Fucking what??? Yes, I tried to create a purely dynamic settings UI by using JS objects as a prototype to construct from, but this has bitten me in the knees.

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      • #4
        Maybe you can follow something like this example to get around last element always being the same?
        http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7...ctical-example

        In my mod, for dynamically created checkboxes, I have their layout and js event handler defined in separate files (.xml, .js), then in the event handler, I use

        checkboxPanel = $.GetContextPanel()

        to get the checkbox that was clicked. My checkboxes simply just send their selected/deselected state to the server, though.
        Training Map for Last Hitting Under a Tower:
        http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfile.../?id=531587903

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        • #5
          https://developer.valvesoftware.com/...riable_Capture one more time

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