[Gambas-user] How Settings.Read works?
benoit.minisini at gambas-basic.org
Thu Sep 29 15:48:40 CEST 2022
Le 29/09/2022 à 15:29, bb a écrit :
>> The settings is not necessarily just the layout.
> OK but what is it?
> Given the following stored in the user's config file for a program, just
> what is saved and restored using Settings.Write and .Read? This is quite
> gvwCard.Font="Liberation Sans,8"
> An example of what I am not seeing is if the user sorts the grid using
> say column 3 descending, I don't see that saved in the config file after
> a Settings.Write(gvwCard).
Alas GridView has no Settings property, so nothing is saved.
> And by the way, just to make this a little bit harder. Consider a main
> form that has an arbitrary number of other form controls homed in a set
> of tabs, each "embedded" form being an
> instance of one form class. I'll try and make this clearer. fMain has a
> tabstrip where the number of tabs is set dynamically. Each tab contains
> an instance of fEvent. The tabs are created
> at startup with its Count set to the number of events happening today.
> For each tab an instance of fEvent is created and parented in the
> respective tab.
> Now, it is possible that the user adjusts the column widths and sort
> orders or even the font for the grid in each tab differently. So, when
> the main form is closed (and closes each fEvent which issues a
> is the settings that are saved *determinate* somehow? I have never been
> able to satisfactorally resolve this.
If you have several instances of the same form, you must use a different
'Key' argument for each one in the Settings.Write() method.
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