[Laszlo-user] Adding event handlers to color picker

Rich Christiansen warproof at warproof.com
Tue Oct 9 13:55:51 PDT 2007


Henry,

When you mention that this is "one way" to do it, it makes me wonder 
what the other ways would be.  Could you elaborate a bit?

tia,
-Rich

Henry Minsky wrote:
> If you make the color picker send an event, you can register some other
> guy to trigger on it,  one way would be to use the "reference" attribute option
> on the handler in your other component:
>
> <colorpicker id="mycolorpicker"/>
>
> <myothercomponent>
>    <handler name="onnewcolor" reference="mycolorpicker"/>
> </myothercomponent>
>
> Then make sure that colorpicker sends a "onnewcolor" event
> when you change something.
>
> On 10/9/07, Mike Pence <mike.pence at gmail.com> wrote:
>   
>> So, I fortunately found Henry's color picker
>> (http://www.openlaszlo.org/pipermail/laszlo-user/2005-March/000437.html)
>> and I want to have another component (so nice to be talking in
>> components -- freakin' Rails!) notified when the color selection has
>> changed.
>>
>> What is the recommended approach for this?
>>
>> Mike Pence
>> http://mikepence.wordpress.com
>>
>>     
>
>
>   
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