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Expose onSelect event to Tree component

See original GitHub issue

Hi James,

I need to listen for the tree node select event via the Tree component. Would it be possible to add this?

My use case is I’m using check-boxes to select multiple tree nodes using the which has shift-click but I only want one event to fire.

Kind regards, Marten

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created a year ago
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

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jameskerrcommented, Sep 26, 2022

Yes! This is in the works.

jameskerrcommented, Oct 18, 2022

Awesome. That makes sense. The selection prop in version 2 will do exactly what you want. That was my use case as well.

Mine was like VSCode where you have tabs and each time you switch tabs, I wanted the selection to change to match the tab.

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