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Richard Ryu

What's the name of event when selection boundary box's released.

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I'd like to know the name of event when I deselect transformItem.

I mean that I've finished resize or rotations jobs, I want to get event listener name.

 

Oh one more thing,

Can I customize the icon on my select boundary box?

I want to add "delete" icon in there.

 

Thank you.

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Do you mean event.target.name? 

 

For the "delete" icon, there is no built-in icon like that, no. You might want to look at the addSelectionBoxElement() method to do something custom, though. http://greensock.com/asdocs/transform/com/greensock/transform/TransformManager.html#addSelectionBoxElement()

 

Have you looked at the docs? I think those might really help you. 

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Do you mean event.target.name? 

 

For the "delete" icon, there is no built-in icon like that, no. You might want to look at the addSelectionBoxElement() method to do something custom, though. http://greensock.com/asdocs/transform/com/greensock/transform/TransformManager.html#addSelectionBoxElement()

 

Have you looked at the docs? I think those might really help you. 

 

No I'm not meaning of "event.target.name"

 

if I click another item or background so that leave(release) my selection boundary cursor from manager.selectItem action,

Then How can I catch the event?

 

When I finish moving job, I can call event listener "FINISH_INTERATIVE_MOVE".

However I finish nothing after selecting item, I cannot get event listener.

 

So I mean I want to know the name event like "FINISH_INTERACTIVE_MOVE, SELECTION_CHANGE"

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Are you saying you want to know when things are deselected? You could do something like this:

manager.addEventListener(TransformEvent.CHANGE_SELECTION, onChangeSelection);
function onChangeSelection(event:TransformEvent):void {
    if (manager.selectedItems.length === 0) {
        //deselected all!
    }
}

Does that help?

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Are you saying you want to know when things are deselected? You could do something like this:

manager.addEventListener(TransformEvent.CHANGE_SELECTION, onChangeSelection);
function onChangeSelection(event:TransformEvent):void {
    if (manager.selectedItems.length === 0) {
        //deselected all!
    }
}

Does that help?

 

Thank you very much :)

Finally I know how it works properly :)

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