Struct gtk4::TreeExpander[][src]

pub struct TreeExpander(_);
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TreeExpander is a widget that provides an expander for a list.

It is typically placed as a bottommost child into a ListView to allow users to expand and collapse children in a list with a TreeListModel. TreeExpander provides the common UI elements, gestures and keybindings for this purpose.

On top of this, the “listitem.expand”, “listitem.collapse” and “listitem.toggle-expand” actions are provided to allow adding custom UI for managing expanded state.

The TreeListModel must be set to not be passthrough. Then it will provide TreeListRow items which can be set via set_list_row() on the expander. The expander will then watch that row item automatically. set_child() sets the widget that displays the actual row contents.

CSS nodes

treeexpander
├── [indent]*
├── [expander]
╰── <child>

TreeExpander has zero or one CSS nodes with the name “expander” that should display the expander icon. The node will be :checked when it is expanded. If the node is not expandable, an “indent” node will be displayed instead.

For every level of depth, another “indent” node is prepended.

Accessibility

TreeExpander uses the AccessibleRole::Group role. The expander icon is represented as a AccessibleRole::Button, labelled by the expander’s child, and toggling it will change the AccessibleState::Expanded state.

Implements

WidgetExt, glib::ObjectExt, AccessibleExt, BuildableExt, ConstraintTargetExt, WidgetExtManual, AccessibleExtManual

Implementations

Creates a new TreeExpander

Returns

a new TreeExpander

Creates a new builder-pattern struct instance to construct TreeExpander objects.

This method returns an instance of TreeExpanderBuilder which can be used to create TreeExpander objects.

Gets the child widget displayed by self.

Returns

The child displayed by self

Forwards the item set on the TreeListRow that self is managing.

This call is essentially equivalent to calling:

⚠️ The following code is in c ⚠️

gtk_tree_list_row_get_item (gtk_tree_expander_get_list_row (@self));

Returns

The item of the row

Gets the list row managed by self.

Returns

The list row displayed by self

Sets the content widget to display.

child

a Widget, or None

Sets the tree list row that this expander should manage.

list_row

a TreeListRow, or None

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