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Question regarding GuiObjs
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Impz0r Offline
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Question regarding GuiObjs
Hey there,

I've got a question, or more likely a future request concerning the GuiObjs class.

I do use GuiObjs for loading gui files which works just fine the "problem" I'm having right now is, that I've wrapped couple ui classes with my own behavior and the only way to change to my wrapped classes it through GuiObjs::replace*() which works also just fine.

The thing is, I do have to keep hold of every single instance of my wrapped object to get them actually to work because of the way I designed it. This leads me to my question/request is there any way of iterating over all controls within the GuiObjs while not knowing of the actual type or name?

This could be really useful in some cases. Maybe you could change all Memb<> to not being private but public to be able to iterate over a certain type of control.

Thanks in advance!

Mfg Imp
06-09-2010 03:40 PM
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Esenthel Offline
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RE: Question regarding GuiObjs
isn't there any child method?
06-09-2010 07:37 PM
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Impz0r Offline
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RE: Question regarding GuiObjs
No, just get*() and find*() methods which is fine, but an iterator method would be nice to have smile
06-10-2010 12:41 AM
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