Unit 'MUIClass.List' Package
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Define what should be printed in a list row


Source position: MUIClass.List.pas line 126

published property TMUIList.OnDisplay : TDisplayEvent
  read FOnDisplay
  write SetOnDisplay;


Since MUI's lists can handle any kind of entries, you have to supply a display hook to specify what should actually be shown in the display.

You must fill the ToPrint array with the strings that you want to display.

Note: You can of course use MUI's text engine facilities here to create e.g. right aligned or centered columns.

Without a display Event, MUI expects a simple one columned string list.

See Format for details about column handling.

See also



Format the Columns of the List



String to be displayed in a text object.

Documentation generated on: 2024-05-19