Uses of Class

Packages that use RepeatHandler
fi.hut.tml.xsmiles.mlfc.xforms.dom XForms User Interface layer. 

Uses of RepeatHandler in fi.hut.tml.xsmiles.mlfc.xforms.dom

Fields in fi.hut.tml.xsmiles.mlfc.xforms.dom declared as RepeatHandler
protected  RepeatHandler RepeatElementImpl.repeatHandler
          The prototype node

Methods in fi.hut.tml.xsmiles.mlfc.xforms.dom that return RepeatHandler
 RepeatHandler RepeatElementImpl.getRepeatHandler()

Uses of RepeatHandler in fi.hut.tml.xsmiles.mlfc.xforms.ui

Methods in fi.hut.tml.xsmiles.mlfc.xforms.ui with parameters of type RepeatHandler
 void RepeatIndexHandler.repeatCaughtFocusEvent( event, RepeatHandler handler)
          the repeat has caught the DOMFocusIn event
 void RepeatIndexHandler.repeatChanged(RepeatHandler handler)
          call this method when new items have been inserted into repeat or old ones removed.
 void RepeatIndexHandler.repeatAboutToChange(RepeatHandler handler)
          call this before any changes to UI, it will clear out the previous cursor
 void RepeatIndexHandler.repeatInitialized(RepeatHandler handler)
          call this method when a repeat has been initialized in the beginning.
 void RepeatIndexHandler.setRepeatIndex(org.w3c.dom.Node target, RepeatHandler handler, int item)
 RepeatItemPseudoElement RepeatIndexHandler.getRepeatItem(RepeatHandler handler, int i)
protected  boolean RepeatIndexHandler.hasAncestorRepeat(RepeatHandler handler)
          goes towards the root and reports if any repeat's are found as ancestors
protected  int RepeatIndexHandler.resolveItemNumber(org.w3c.dom.Node target, RepeatHandler handler)
          find out which item was focused
protected  java.lang.String RepeatIndexHandler.resolveRepeatId(RepeatHandler handler)
          find out the repeat id of this repeat handler
protected  void RepeatIndexHandler.unsetPreviousIndex(RepeatHandler handler)
          unset the previous cursors for all repeats in the document, leave prevCursor=-1 if you want to use the cursor value from model
protected  int RepeatIndexHandler.getIndex(org.w3c.dom.Node target, RepeatHandler handler)
          This method handles the event when the user selects a control in repeat Events are used to set the repeatcursor to whatever the user has selected

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