UNSOLVED Tracking Undo/Redo-History for the custom attributes
RafaŁ Buchner last edited by gferreira
I have a class, with a list as a custom attribute:
from mojo.events import EditingTool, installTool class MyTool(EditingTool): def __init__(self): super().__init__() self.specialPoints =  # My Custom Attribute
This attribute will contain set of points that should be selected by a user.
At some point this class adds selected points to this list
def additionContextualMenuItems(self): return [("Create Special Point", self.createSpecialPoint)] def createSpecialPoint(self, sender): g = CurrentGlyph() for p in g.selection: self.specialPoints.append(p)
Is there any way to track this action, so If the user will use Undo/Redo, the points will be deleted form the list or re-added to the list in the right order? Also this Undo/Redo should still track other actions of course.
I think I should use
didUndo(), but how?
I was thinking of tracking changes by adding the labels, but changes in the labels are not tracked by history related events.
Thanks in advance for the help!
font.libis also possible but then its hard to have the global undo manager focus. The current undo manager is connected to the current glyph.
store your data in the
glyph.libif you want undo powers
RafaŁ Buchner last edited by
a new version of Undo looks really nice. Unfortunately, It doesn't work in my case.
This action is not connected with a glyph or a font, so I cannot track it with prepare/performUndo.
I will maybe try to use a font.lib dictionary, although I don't know if it can be tracked. I will keep you posted if it worked
you have to wrap your actions inside:
glyph.prepareUndo("Moved By 100, 100") glyph.moveBy((100, 100) glyph.performUndo()
in the next release (RF3.2) you can use:
with glyph.Undo("Moved By 100, 100") glyph.moveBy((100, 100)