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Bryce ThomasNov 9, 2009 6:06 am 
Patrizio De MicheleNov 11, 2009 12:25 pm 
gwtTexterNov 12, 2009 4:25 am 
Subject:Re: How do I add an event listener to the expand event of an accordion panel item?
From:gwtTexter (
Date:Nov 12, 2009 4:25:09 am

this one does the trick:

new PanelListenerAdapter() { public void onExpand(Panel panel) {} };

On Nov 11, 9:25 pm, Patrizio De Michele <> wrote:

at the moment i have no time to check but there isn't tje onExpand event of the Panel...or better for you the doBeforeExpand event??? bye pat

2009/11/9 Bryce Thomas <>

Hi all,

I'm trying to hook onto the event where the user clicks the little '+' button on one of the panels in an accordion.  Thus far I've been able to get my code listening to the click event of a panel inside the accordion, but this only gets triggered when the user clicks on the title area of the item.  What I'm really trying to achieve is to get a hook onto the expand event, so that I can execute some code whenever an item in the accordion is expanded, regardless of whether the user clicked the little '+' button or the title of the item.

Here's the code I'm currently using to hook onto the click ('panel' is a panel that has been added to the accordion):

panel.addListener(new ContainerListenerAdapter(){   public void onRender(Component component) {      panel.getEl().addListener("click", new EventCallback(){         public void execute(EventObject e) {            MessageBox.alert("Panel clicked");         }      });   } });

Any help is much appreciated.

Cheers, Bryce.

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