wx.lib.gizmos.dynamicsash.DynamicSashUnifyEvent¶

DynamicSashUnifyEvents are sent to your view by DynamicSashWindow whenever the sash which splits your view and its sibling is being reunified such that your view is expanding to replace its sibling. You needn’t do anything with this event if you are allowing DynamicSashWindow to manage your view’s scrollbars, but it is useful if you are managing the scrollbars yourself so that you can keep the scrollbars’ event handlers connected to your view’s event handler class.

Class Hierarchy¶

Inheritance diagram for class DynamicSashUnifyEvent:

Known Superclasses¶

wx.PyCommandEvent

Methods Summary¶

 __init__ Initialize self. See help(type(self)) for accurate signature.

Class API¶

class DynamicSashUnifyEvent(wx.PyCommandEvent)

DynamicSashUnifyEvents are sent to your view by DynamicSashWindow whenever the sash which splits your view and its sibling is being reunified such that your view is expanding to replace its sibling. You needn’t do anything with this event if you are allowing DynamicSashWindow to manage your view’s scrollbars, but it is useful if you are managing the scrollbars yourself so that you can keep the scrollbars’ event handlers connected to your view’s event handler class.

Methods¶

__init__(self, arg=None)

Initialize self. See help(type(self)) for accurate signature.