Glib::Ex::ConnectProperties::Element::iconview_selection -- IconView selected item
Glib::Ex::ConnectProperties->new([$iconview, 'iconview-selection#empty'], [$another, 'something']);
This element class implements ConnectProperties access to items "selected" in a Gtk2::IconView.
iconview-selection#empty boolean, read-only iconview-selection#not-empty boolean, read-only iconview-selection#count integer, read-only iconview-selection#selected-path Gtk2::TreePath or undef
iconview-selection#not-empty might be connected up to make a delete button sensitive only when the user has selected a row,
iconview-selection#selected-path is the first selected row. It's intended for use with
selection-mode set to "single" so there's at most one item selected. Storing to the property calls
select_path() and in single mode will switch from any existing selected item to just a given new one. This could be used to synchronise the selected item in two IconViews.
Selected rows in a
Gtk2::TreeSelection and items in an
Gtk2::IconView are similar but not quite the same and are therefore handled separately in
Copyright 2011, 2012 Kevin Ryde
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