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    How to check collapsed sections

    Hi

    There are some sections whcih are collapsed.

    If I click on those they will expand.

    How to check whether these are collapsed.
    Thanks
    Chackravarthi

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    Re: How to check collapsed sections

    Hi!

    Perhaps you can try with the exists()-method to check if that section exists. if not, the it will be collapsed.

    I'm not sure, just my 2 cents...
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    Re: How to check collapsed sections

    Which application you are using? Which object you are trying to collapse/expand?

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    Re: How to check collapsed sections

    Hi Chakravarthi,
    You can check with IsVisible() method if you are not able to confirm with exists() method.
    Regards,
    Krishna Chaitanya

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    Re: How to check collapsed sections

    Chakravarti,

    This is vague!!

    As Nidhi said, u need to provide us with more info on the object which u are trying to Collapse/Expand. The solution might vary accordingly.

    For e.g. if its a TREEVIEW class you can use the "IsItemExpanded" method.

    hey!! possibilities are countless ...

    Hope to hear from you soon [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

    2lz

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    Re: How to check collapsed sections

    Not sure if this helps...

    I had some trouble with Treeviews on one project and had to
    use Typekeys ( "<Right>" ) to expand and TypeKeys ( "<left>" ) to collapse nodes.
    SILK noob

 

 

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