Package wx :: Class ActivateEvent
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Type ActivateEvent

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    Object --+    
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         Event --+
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                ActivateEvent


An activate event is sent when a top-level window or the entire application is being activated or deactivated.

A top-level window (a dialog or frame) receives an activate event when is being activated or deactivated. This is indicated visually by the title bar changing colour, and a subwindow gaining the keyboard focus. An application is activated or deactivated when one of its frames becomes activated, or a frame becomes inactivate resulting in all application frames being inactive.

Please note that usually you should call event.Skip() in your handlers for these events so the default handlers will still be called, as not doing so can result in strange effects.

Events

wx.EVT_ACTIVATE Sent to a frame when it has been activated or deactivated.
wx.EVT_ACTIVATE_APP Sent to the app object when its activation state changes.

Method Summary
ActivateEvent __init__(self, type, active, Id)
Constructor
bool GetActive(self)
Returns true if the application or window is being activated, false otherwise.

Property Summary
  Active: See GetActive
  thisown: The membership flag

Method Details

__init__(self, type=wxEVT_NULL, active=True, Id=0)
(Constructor)

Constructor

Parameters:
type
           (type=EventType)

active
           (type=bool)

Id
           (type=int)

Returns:
ActivateEvent
Overrides:
wx.Event.__init__

GetActive(self)

Returns true if the application or window is being activated, false otherwise.

Returns:
bool

Property Details

Active

See GetActive

Get Method:
GetActive(self)

thisown

The membership flag


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