How to use Ansys.UI.Toolkit GridView OnKeyDown event

1990chs
1990chs Member Posts: 31
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Now I try to write a gridview table using Ansys.UI.Toolkit and add a paste function.
I found OnKeyDown event in Ansys.UI.Toolkit.GridView (in the following picture), but i don't know how to use it.

I try to use KeyEventDelegate, but it don't work.

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import clr
clr.AddReference("Ans.UI.Toolkit")
clr.AddReference("Ans.UI.Toolkit.Base")
import Ansys.UI.Toolkit
import Ansys.UI.Toolkit.Base
import Ansys.UI.Toolkit.Drawing
from Ansys.UI.Toolkit import *
from Ansys.UI.Toolkit.Base import *
from Ansys.UI.Toolkit.Drawing import *


class Delete_APLX(Window):

    def __init__(self,ExtAPI,Transaction,MechanicalPanelEnum):

        self.Text = 'Apply Bolt Pretension Forces'

        self.Width = 550
        self.ExtAPI = ExtAPI
        self.Transaction = Transaction
        self.MechanicalPanelEnum = MechanicalPanelEnum
        self.ErrorColose = False
        self._BuildUI()

    def _BuildUI(self):


        self.mainPanel = TableLayoutPanel()

        self.Add(self.mainPanel)    

        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #0  
        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #1  
        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #2  
        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #3  
        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #4  
        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #5
        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #6
        self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 12.5)    #7
        # self.mainPanel.Rows.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Absolute, 300)

        self.mainPanel.Columns.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 25) #0
        self.mainPanel.Columns.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 25) #1
        self.mainPanel.Columns.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 25) #2
        self.mainPanel.Columns.Add(TableLayoutSizeType.Percent, 25) #3


        #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
        #           Bolt GridVirew Setting
        # --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        self.BoltGridView = GridView()
        self.BoltGridView.ColumnCount = 6

        self.BoltGridView.ColumnHeadersVisible = True

        self.BoltGridView.TextWrapEnabled = True

        self.BoltGridView.OnKeyDown += KeyEventDelegate(self.GridViewPaste)
        self.mainPanel.Controls.Add(self.BoltGridView, 2, 0, 5, 4)  #Row 3, Column 1 To Row 7 Column 4

    def GridViewPaste(self, sender, args):
        Text = Clipboard.GetDataObject().GetText().replace('\n','')
        qq = self.BoltGridView.SelectedCells[0].Text 
        self.BoltGridView.SelectedCells[0].EditText = 'test'
        MessageBox.Show(qq)

fram = Delete_APLX(ExtAPI,Transaction,MechanicalPanelEnum)
fram.Run()
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  • 1990chs
    1990chs Member Posts: 31
    First Comment Name Dropper
    edited December 2023 Answer ✓

    @Mike.Thompson said:
    You need to point to a method like below. This method should have two tags: sender and event (self if used within a class as well).
    The event properties will have things like which key is down, if shift is used etc…

    In the init function:
    self.BoltGridView.OnKeyDown += MyKeyDownMethod

    Later in the class definition
    def MyKeyDownMethod(self, sender, event):
    pass

    I have solved, the event should be KeyDown.

    Also if we use Ansys.UI.Toolkit GridView, we should use the following code:

    self.BoltGridView.KeyDown += KeyEventDelegate(self.GridViewPaste)
    
    def GridViewPaste(self, sender, args):
          pass
    

    It is a little different with System.Windows.Forms.dll file.

Answers

  • Mike.Thompson
    Mike.Thompson Member, Employee Posts: 239
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    edited December 2023

    You need to point to a method like below. This method should have two tags: sender and event (self if used within a class as well).
    The event properties will have things like which key is down, if shift is used etc…

    In the init function:
    self.BoltGridView.OnKeyDown += MyKeyDownMethod

    Later in the class definition
    def MyKeyDownMethod(self, sender, event):
    pass