Tizen Native API  6.5
Dali::Toolkit::TextEditor Class Reference

A control which provides a multi-line editable text editor. More...

Inheritance diagram for Dali::Toolkit::TextEditor:
Dali::Toolkit::Control Dali::CustomActor Dali::Actor Dali::Handle Dali::BaseHandle

Classes

struct  InputStyle
 Mask used by the signal InputStyleChangedSignal(). Notifies which parameters of the input style have changed. More...
struct  Property
 Enumeration for the instance of properties belonging to the TextEditor class. More...
struct  Scroll
 Enumerations for the type of scrolling. More...

Public Types

enum  PropertyRange
 Enumeration for the start and end property ranges for this control. More...
typedef Signal< void(TextEditor) > TextChangedSignalType
 Text changed signal type.
typedef Signal< void(TextEditor,
InputStyle::Mask) > 
InputStyleChangedSignalType
 Input Style changed signal type.
typedef Signal< void(TextEditor,
Scroll::Type) > 
ScrollStateChangedSignalType
 Scroll state changed signal type.

Public Member Functions

 TextEditor ()
 Creates an empty handle.
 TextEditor (const TextEditor &handle)
 Copy constructor.
TextEditoroperator= (const TextEditor &handle)
 Assignment operator.
 ~TextEditor ()
 Destructor.
TextChangedSignalTypeTextChangedSignal ()
 This signal is emitted when the text changes.
InputStyleChangedSignalTypeInputStyleChangedSignal ()
 This signal is emitted when the input style is updated as a consequence of a change in the cursor position. i.e. The signal is not emitted when the input style is updated through the property system.
ScrollStateChangedSignalTypeScrollStateChangedSignal ()
 This signal is emitted when TextEditor scrolling is started or finished.

Static Public Member Functions

static TextEditor New ()
 Creates the TextEditor control.
static TextEditor DownCast (BaseHandle handle)
 Downcasts a handle to TextEditor.

Detailed Description

A control which provides a multi-line editable text editor.

Signals | Signal Name | Method | | |----------------------|--------------------------------|--------------------| | textChanged | TextChangedSignal() |

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37 | | inputStyleChanged | InputStyleChangedSignal() |
Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.2.2 |

Member Typedef Documentation

Input Style changed signal type.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.2.2

Scroll state changed signal type.

Since:
4.0, DALi version 1.2.60

Text changed signal type.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37

Member Enumeration Documentation

Enumeration for the start and end property ranges for this control.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37
Enumerator:
PROPERTY_END_INDEX 

Reserve property indices.

Reimplemented from Dali::Toolkit::Control.


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Creates an empty handle.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37

Copy constructor.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37
Parameters:
[in]handleThe handle to copy from

Destructor.

This is non-virtual since derived Handle types must not contain data or virtual methods.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37

Member Function Documentation

Downcasts a handle to TextEditor.

If the BaseHandle points is a TextEditor, the downcast returns a valid handle. If not, the returned handle is left empty.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37
Parameters:
[in]handleHandle to an object
Returns:
Handle to a TextEditor or an empty handle

Reimplemented from Dali::Toolkit::Control.

This signal is emitted when the input style is updated as a consequence of a change in the cursor position. i.e. The signal is not emitted when the input style is updated through the property system.

A callback of the following type may be connected. The mask parameter notifies which parts of the style have changed.

   void YourCallbackName( TextEditor textEditor, TextEditor::InputStyle::Mask mask );
Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.2.2
Returns:
The signal to connect to

Creates the TextEditor control.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37
Returns:
A handle to the TextEditor control

Reimplemented from Dali::Toolkit::Control.

TextEditor& Dali::Toolkit::TextEditor::operator= ( const TextEditor handle)

Assignment operator.

Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37
Parameters:
[in]handleThe handle to copy from
Returns:
A reference to this

This signal is emitted when TextEditor scrolling is started or finished.

A callback of the following type may be connected:

   void YourCallbackName( Scroll::Type type );

type: Whether the scrolling is started or finished.

Since:
4.0, DALi version 1.2.60
Returns:
The signal to connect to

This signal is emitted when the text changes.

A callback of the following type may be connected:

   void YourCallbackName( TextEditor textEditor );
Since:
3.0, DALi version 1.1.37
Returns:
The signal to connect to