is there a way to detect a press of a column header of a treeview?

is there a way to detect a press of a column header of a treeview?

By : 99 Stores Like
Date : October 17 2020, 06:10 PM
like below fixes the issue I actually already found a solution. When assigning the column headers there's a kwarg for a command so the code could look like this:
code :
import tkinter as tk      # Tk
import tkinter.ttk as tkk # treeview

root = tk.Tk()

# create the Treeview
tv = ttk.Treeview(root)
tv['columns'] = ('a', 'b', 'c')
tv['show'] = 'headings' #remove "#0" column

# Add column headers and Click commands
tv.heading('a', text='header a', command=lambda: print('a is pressed!')
tv.heading('b', text='header b', command=lambda: print('b is pressed!')
tv.heading('c', text='header c', command=lambda: print('c is pressed!')

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Detect when column in gtk.treeview is resized

Detect when column in gtk.treeview is resized

By : user17463
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help gtk.TreeViewColumns aren't widgets so they unfortunately don't have a dedicated signal for size changes. But you can register a callback function that receives "width" change notifications:
code :
def onColWidthChange(col, width):
    # Note that "width" is a GParamInt object, not an integer

col.connect("notify::width", onColWidthChange)
Populating TreeView with column header and subheader

Populating TreeView with column header and subheader

By : scienceape
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . for the introducing the TreeView to my knowledge! With the help of this article, I have got it working with your conditions.
Design view | Executed of the userform:
code :
Option Explicit

Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    With Me.TreeView1
        .BorderStyle = ccFixedSingle
        .CheckBoxes = True
        .Style = tvwTreelinesPlusMinusText
        .LineStyle = tvwRootLines
    End With

End Sub

Private Sub UpdateTreeView()
    Dim WB As Workbook
    Dim WS As Worksheet
    Dim HeaderRng As Range
    Dim rng As Range
    Dim sCurrGroup As String
    Dim sChild As String
    Dim oNode As Node

    Set WB = ThisWorkbook
    Set WS = WB.Worksheets("Data")
    With WS ' Row A are Header/Groups
        Set HeaderRng = Intersect(.Rows(1), .UsedRange)
    End With

    With Me.TreeView1
        With .Nodes
            sCurrGroup = ""
            For Each rng In HeaderRng
                'Debug.Print "rng: " & rng.Address & " | " & rng.Value
                sCurrGroup = rng.Value
                ' Add Node only if it does NOT exists
                Set oNode = Nothing
                On Error Resume Next
                Set oNode = .Item(sCurrGroup)
                If oNode Is Nothing Then
                    'Debug.Print "Adding Group: " & sCurrGroup
                    .Add Key:=sCurrGroup, Text:=sCurrGroup
                End If
                On Error GoTo 0

                ' Add the Child below the cell
                sChild = rng.Offset(1, 0).Value
                'Debug.Print "Adding [" & sChild & "] to [" & sCurrGroup & "]"
                .Add Relative:=sCurrGroup, Relationship:=tvwChild, Key:=sChild, Text:=sChild
        End With
        For Each oNode In .Nodes
            oNode.Expanded = True
    End With

    Set HeaderRng = Nothing
    Set WS = Nothing
    Set WB = Nothing
End Sub
Detect click on a table column header, hide the column, then display it again

Detect click on a table column header, hide the column, then display it again

By : Bruce
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I saw this response on how to hide a column. I need a little more complicated behavior. I have a react table like this , I would have a list of hidden table headers in state
code :
this.state = {hidden: []}
<th onClick={() => hideHeader('cost')}>
hidden.indexOf('cost') !=== -1 ? <someheader/> : null
How to detect resizing of ttk.Treeview column?

How to detect resizing of ttk.Treeview column?

By : Preksha Das
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Following CommonSense suggestions, I have made a binding on to check if a column has been resized. If tree.identify_region(event.x, event.y) is 'separator' then there was a resizing. Then I need to identify the columns on both sides of the separator. tree.identify_column(event.x) gives me the column on the left in the form '#' and from it I can get the id of the column on the right. Finally, I execute the function that resize the columns in all trees.
code :
import tkinter as tk
from tkinter import ttk

root = tk.Tk()

def on_click_release(event):
    tree = event.widget
    if tree.identify_region(event.x, event.y) == 'separator':
        left_column = tree.identify_column(event.x)
        right_column = '#%i' % (int(tree.identify_column(event.x)[1:]) + 1)
        width_l = tree.column(left_column, 'width')
        width_r = tree.column(right_column, 'width')
        for tree2 in trees:
            if tree2 != tree:
                tree2.column(left_column, width=width_l)
                tree2.column(right_column, width=width_r)

notebook = ttk.Notebook(root)

trees = [ttk.Treeview(notebook, columns=['a', 'b', 'c']) for i in range(4)]

for i, tree in enumerate(trees):
    tree.bind('<ButtonRelease-1>', on_click_release)
    notebook.add(tree, text='Tab %i' % i)

import tkinter as tk
from tkinter import ttk

def tab_changed(event):
    global current_tab
    tab = notebook.index('current')  # get newly visible tab number
    tree1 = trees[current_tab]  # get previously visible tree
    tree2 = trees[tab]   # get newly visible tree
    cols = ('#0', ) + tree1.cget('columns')  # tuple of all columns
    for column in cols:
        tree2.column(column, width=tree1.column(column, 'width'))
    current_tab = tab

root = tk.Tk()
notebook = ttk.Notebook(root)

trees = [ttk.Treeview(notebook, columns=['a', 'b', 'c']) for i in range(4)]
current_tab = 0  # store currently visible tab number

for i, tree in enumerate(trees):
    notebook.bind('<<NotebookTabChanged>>', tab_changed)
    notebook.add(tree, text='Tab %i' % i)

PyGtk3 - Creating a Gtk.TreeView column header with an icon?

PyGtk3 - Creating a Gtk.TreeView column header with an icon?

By : Vinay
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help
What I've done is create a horizontal Gtk.Box that contains a Gtk.Label and a Gtk.Button. I've placed this Box above the Gtk.TreeView. I've done this with Glade. You also should hide the columns of your Gtk.TreeView with Gtk.TreeView.set_headers_visible(False) so you only have your Widget as column.
code :
    # [2] The TreeView column 
    self.__w_samples_renderer_text = Gtk.CellRendererText()
    self.__w_samples_column = Gtk.TreeViewColumn("", self.__w_samples_renderer_text, text=1)
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