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Class orion.editor.TextView

A TextView is a user interface for editing text.
Defined in: </shared/eclipse/e4/orion/I201402262325/plugins/org.eclipse.orion.client.editor/web/orion/editor/textView.js>.

Class Summary
Constructor Attributes Constructor Name and Description
 
Constructs a new text view.
Method Summary
Method Attributes Method Name and Description
 
addEventListener(type, listener, useCapture)
Adds an event listener to this event target.
 
addKeyMode(mode, index)
Adds a keyMode to the text view at the specified position.
 
addRuler(ruler, index)
Adds a ruler to the text view at the specified position.
 
 
convert(rect, from, to)
Converts the given rectangle from one coordinate spaces to another.
 
Destroys the text view.
 
Dispatches the given event to the listeners added to this event target.
 
Gives focus to the text view.
 
Returns the action description for a given action ID.
 
getActions(defaultAction)
Returns all action IDs defined in the text view.
 
getBottomIndex(fullyVisible)
Returns the bottom index.
 
Returns the bottom pixel.
 
Returns the caret offset relative to the start of the document.
 
Returns the client area.
 
Returns the horizontal pixel.
 
getKeyBindings(actionID)
Returns all the key bindings associated to the given action ID.
 
Returns all the key modes added to text view.
<static>  
orion.editor.TextView.getLineAtOffset(offset)
Compute the editor line number for the given offset
 
 
getLineHeight(lineIndex)
Returns the line height for a given line index.
 
Returns the line index for a given line pixel position relative to the document.
 
getLinePixel(lineIndex)
Returns the top pixel position of a given line index relative to the beginning of the document.
 
<static>  
orion.editor.TextView.getLineStart(line)
Compute the editor start offset of the given line number
 
Returns the {x, y} pixel location of the top-left corner of the character bounding box at the specified offset in the document.
 
Returns the text model of the text view.
 
getNextOffset(offset, options)
Returns the next character offset after the given offset and options
 
Returns the character offset nearest to the given pixel location.
 
getOptions(options)
Returns the specified view options.
 
Get the view rulers.
 
Returns the text view selection.
 
getText(start, end)
Returns the text for the given range.
 
getTopIndex(fullyVisible)
Returns the top index.
 
Returns the top pixel.
 
Check if the text view has focus.
 
invokeAction(actionID, defaultAction, actionOptions)
Executes the action handler associated with the given action ID.
 
Returns if the view is destroyed.
 
onDrag(dragEvent)
 
onDragEnd(dragEvent)
 
onDragEnter(dragEvent)
 
onDragLeave(dragEvent)
 
onDragOver(dragEvent)
 
onDragStart(dragEvent)
 
onDrop(dragEvent)
 
onMouseDown(mouseEvent)
 
onMouseMove(mouseEvent)
 
onMouseOut(mouseEvent)
 
onMouseOver(mouseEvent)
 
onMouseUp(mouseEvent)
 
Redraws the entire view, including rulers.
 
redrawLines(startLine, endLine, ruler)
Redraws the text in the given line range.
 
redrawRange(start, end)
Redraws the text in the given range.
 
redrawRulers(startLine, endLine)
 
removeEventListener(type, listener, useCapture)
Removes an event listener from the event target.
 
Removes a key mode from the text view.
 
removeRuler(ruler)
Removes a ruler from the text view.
 
 
setAction(actionID, handler, actionDescription)
Associates an application defined handler to an action ID.
 
setCaretOffset(caret, show, callback)
Sets the caret offset relative to the start of the document.
 
Sets the horizontal pixel.
 
setKeyBinding(keyBinding, actionID)
Associates a key binding with the given action ID.
 
setModel(model)
Sets the text model of the text view.
 
setOptions(options)
Sets the view options for the view.
 
setRedraw(redraw)
Sets whether the view should update the DOM.
 
setSelection(start, end, show, callback)
Sets the text view selection.
 
setText(text, start, end)
Replaces the text in the given range with the given text.
 
setTopIndex(topIndex)
Sets the top index.
 
setTopPixel(pixel)
Sets the top pixel.
 
Scrolls the selection into view if needed.
 
update(styleChanged, sync)
Event Summary
Event Attributes Event Name and Description
 
onBlur(blurEvent)
This event is sent when the text view goes out of focus.
 
onContextMenu(contextMenuEvent)
This event is sent when the user invokes the view context menu.
 
onDestroy(destroyEvent)
This event is sent when the text view has been destroyed.
 
onFocus(focusEvent)
This event is sent when the text view is focused.
 
onKeyDown(keyEvent)
This event is sent for key down events.
 
onKeyPress(keyEvent)
This event is sent for key press events.
 
onKeyUp(keyEvent)
This event is sent for key up events.
 
onLineStyle(lineStyleEvent)
This event is sent when the text view needs the style information for a line.
 
onModelChanged(modelChangedEvent)
This event is sent when the text in the model has changed.
 
onModelChanging(modelChangingEvent)
This event is sent when the text in the model is about to change.
 
onModify(modifyEvent)
This event is sent when the text view has changed text in the model.
 
onScroll(scrollEvent)
This event is sent when the text view scrolls vertically or horizontally.
 
onSelection(selectionEvent)
This event is sent when the text view selection has changed.
 
onVerify(verifyEvent)
This event is sent when the text view is about to change text in the model.
Class Detail
orion.editor.TextView(options)
Constructs a new text view.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.TextViewOptions} options
the view options.
Method Detail
addEventListener(type, listener, useCapture)
Adds an event listener to this event target.
Defined in: </shared/eclipse/e4/orion/I201402262325/plugins/org.eclipse.orion.client.editor/web/orion/editor/eventTarget.js>.
Parameters:
{String} type
The event type.
{Function|EventListener} listener
The function or the EventListener that will be executed when the event happens.
{Boolean} useCapture Optional, Default: false
true if the listener should be trigged in the capture phase.
See:
orion.editor.EventTarget#removeEventListener

addKeyMode(mode, index)
Adds a keyMode to the text view at the specified position.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.KeyMode} mode
the editor keyMode.
{Number} index Optional, Default: length
the index.

addRuler(ruler, index)
Adds a ruler to the text view at the specified position.

The position is relative to the ruler location.

Parameters:
{orion.editor.Ruler} ruler
the ruler.
{Number} index Optional, Default: length
the ruler index.

computeSize()

convert(rect, from, to)
Converts the given rectangle from one coordinate spaces to another.

The supported coordinate spaces are:

All methods in the view that take or return a position are in the document coordinate space.

Parameters:
rect
the rectangle to convert.
rect.x
the x of the rectangle.
rect.y
the y of the rectangle.
rect.width
the width of the rectangle.
rect.height
the height of the rectangle.
{String} from
the source coordinate space.
{String} to
the destination coordinate space.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getLocationAtOffset
orion.editor.TextView#getOffsetAtLocation
orion.editor.TextView#getTopPixel
orion.editor.TextView#setTopPixel

destroy()
Destroys the text view.

Removes the view from the page and frees all resources created by the view. Calling this function causes the "Destroy" event to be fire so that all components attached to view can release their references.

See:
orion.editor.TextView#onDestroy

dispatchEvent(evt)
Dispatches the given event to the listeners added to this event target.
Defined in: </shared/eclipse/e4/orion/I201402262325/plugins/org.eclipse.orion.client.editor/web/orion/editor/eventTarget.js>.
Parameters:
{Event} evt
The event to dispatch.

focus()
Gives focus to the text view.

{orion.editor.ActionDescrition} getActionDescription(actionID)
Returns the action description for a given action ID.
Parameters:
actionID
Returns:
{orion.editor.ActionDescrition} the action description

{String[]} getActions(defaultAction)
Returns all action IDs defined in the text view.

There are two types of actions, the predefined actions of the view and the actions added by application code.

The predefined actions are:

Parameters:
{Boolean} defaultAction Optional, Default: false
whether or not the predefined actions are included.
Returns:
{String[]} an array of action IDs defined in the text view.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#invokeAction
orion.editor.TextView#setAction
orion.editor.TextView#setKeyBinding
orion.editor.TextView#getKeyBindings

{Number} getBottomIndex(fullyVisible)
Returns the bottom index.

The bottom index is the line that is currently at the bottom of the view. This line may be partially visible depending on the vertical scroll of the view. The parameter fullyVisible determines whether to return only fully visible lines.

Parameters:
{Boolean} fullyVisible Optional, Default: false
if true, returns the index of the last fully visible line. This parameter is ignored if the view is not big enough to show one line.
Returns:
{Number} the index of the bottom line.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getTopIndex
orion.editor.TextView#setTopIndex

{Number} getBottomPixel()
Returns the bottom pixel.

The bottom pixel is the pixel position that is currently at the bottom edge of the view. This position is relative to the beginning of the document.

Returns:
{Number} the bottom pixel.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getTopPixel
orion.editor.TextView#setTopPixel
orion.editor.TextView#convert

{Number} getCaretOffset()
Returns the caret offset relative to the start of the document.
Returns:
{Number} the caret offset relative to the start of the document.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setCaretOffset
orion.editor.TextView#setSelection
orion.editor.TextView#getSelection

{Object} getClientArea()
Returns the client area.

The client area is the portion in pixels of the document that is visible. The client area position is relative to the beginning of the document.

Returns:
{Object} the client area rectangle {x, y, width, height}.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getTopPixel
orion.editor.TextView#getBottomPixel
orion.editor.TextView#getHorizontalPixel
orion.editor.TextView#convert

{Number} getHorizontalPixel()
Returns the horizontal pixel.

The horizontal pixel is the pixel position that is currently at the left edge of the view. This position is relative to the beginning of the document.

Returns:
{Number} the horizontal pixel.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setHorizontalPixel
orion.editor.TextView#convert

{orion.editor.KeyBinding[]} getKeyBindings(actionID)
Returns all the key bindings associated to the given action ID.
Parameters:
{String} actionID
the action ID.
Returns:
{orion.editor.KeyBinding[]} the array of key bindings associated to the given action ID.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setKeyBinding
orion.editor.TextView#setAction

{orion.editor.KeyMode[]} getKeyModes()
Returns all the key modes added to text view.
Returns:
{orion.editor.KeyMode[]} the array of key modes.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#addKeyMode
orion.editor.TextView#removeKeyMode

<static> {Number} orion.editor.TextView.getLineAtOffset(offset)
Compute the editor line number for the given offset
Parameters:
{Number} offset
The offset into the editor
Since:
5.0
Returns:
{Number} Returns the line number in the editor corresponding to the given offset or -1 if the offset is out of range

getLineAtOffset(offset)
Parameters:
offset

{Number} getLineHeight(lineIndex)
Returns the line height for a given line index. Returns the default line height if the line index is not specified.
Parameters:
{Number} lineIndex Optional
the line index.
Returns:
{Number} the height of the line in pixels.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getLinePixel

{Number} getLineIndex(y)
Returns the line index for a given line pixel position relative to the document.
Parameters:
{Number} y Optional
the line pixel.
Returns:
{Number} the line index for the specified pixel position.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getLinePixel

{Number} getLinePixel(lineIndex)
Returns the top pixel position of a given line index relative to the beginning of the document.

Clamps out of range indices.

Parameters:
{Number} lineIndex
the line index.
Returns:
{Number} the pixel position of the line.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setTopPixel
orion.editor.TextView#getLineIndex
orion.editor.TextView#convert

getLineStart(line)
Parameters:
line

<static> {Number} orion.editor.TextView.getLineStart(line)
Compute the editor start offset of the given line number
Defined in: </shared/eclipse/e4/orion/I201402262325/plugins/org.eclipse.orion.client.editor/web/orion/editor/editor.js>.
Parameters:
{Number} line
The line number in the editor
Since:
5.0
Returns:
{Number} Returns the start offset of the given line number in the editor.

{Object} getLocationAtOffset(offset)
Returns the {x, y} pixel location of the top-left corner of the character bounding box at the specified offset in the document. The pixel location is relative to the document.

Clamps out of range offsets.

Parameters:
{Number} offset
the character offset
Returns:
{Object} the {x, y} pixel location of the given offset.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getOffsetAtLocation
orion.editor.TextView#convert

{orion.editor.TextModel} getModel()
Returns the text model of the text view.
Returns:
{orion.editor.TextModel} the text model of the view.

{Number} getNextOffset(offset, options)
Returns the next character offset after the given offset and options
Parameters:
{Number} offset
the offset to start from
{Object} options
{ unit: the type of unit to advance to (eg "character", "word", "wordend", "wordWS", "wordendWS"), count: the number of units to advance (negative to advance backwards) }
Returns:
{Number} the next character offset

{Number} getOffsetAtLocation(x, y)
Returns the character offset nearest to the given pixel location. The pixel location is relative to the document.
Parameters:
x
the x of the location
y
the y of the location
Returns:
{Number} the character offset at the given location.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getLocationAtOffset

{Object|orion.editor.TextViewOptions} getOptions(options)
Returns the specified view options.

The returned value is either a orion.editor.TextViewOptions or an option value. An option value is returned when only one string paremeter is specified. A orion.editor.TextViewOptions is returned when there are no paremeters, or the parameters are a list of options names or a orion.editor.TextViewOptions. All view options are returned when there no paremeters.

Parameters:
{String|orion.editor.TextViewOptions} options Optional
The options to return.
Returns:
{Object|orion.editor.TextViewOptions} The requested options or an option value.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setOptions

{orion.editor.Ruler[]} getRulers()
Get the view rulers.
Returns:
{orion.editor.Ruler[]} the view rulers
See:
orion.editor.TextView#addRuler

{orion.editor.Selection} getSelection()
Returns the text view selection.

The selection is defined by a start and end character offset relative to the document. The character at end offset is not included in the selection.

Returns:
{orion.editor.Selection} the view selection
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setSelection

getText(start, end)
Returns the text for the given range.

The text does not include the character at the end offset.

Parameters:
{Number} start Optional, Default: 0
the start offset of text range.
{Number} end Optional, Default: char count
the end offset of text range.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setText

{Number} getTopIndex(fullyVisible)
Returns the top index.

The top index is the line that is currently at the top of the view. This line may be partially visible depending on the vertical scroll of the view. The parameter fullyVisible determines whether to return only fully visible lines.

Parameters:
{Boolean} fullyVisible Optional, Default: false
if true, returns the index of the first fully visible line. This parameter is ignored if the view is not big enough to show one line.
Returns:
{Number} the index of the top line.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getBottomIndex
orion.editor.TextView#setTopIndex

{Number} getTopPixel()
Returns the top pixel.

The top pixel is the pixel position that is currently at the top edge of the view. This position is relative to the beginning of the document.

Returns:
{Number} the top pixel.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getBottomPixel
orion.editor.TextView#setTopPixel
orion.editor.TextView#convert

{Boolean} hasFocus()
Check if the text view has focus.
Returns:
{Boolean} true if the text view has focus, otherwise false.

{Boolean} invokeAction(actionID, defaultAction, actionOptions)
Executes the action handler associated with the given action ID.

The application defined action takes precedence over predefined actions unless the defaultAction paramater is true.

If the application defined action returns false, the text view predefined action is executed if present.

Parameters:
{String} actionID
the action ID.
{Boolean} defaultAction Optional
whether to always execute the predefined action only.
{Object} actionOptions Optional
action specific options to be passed to the action handlers.
Returns:
{Boolean} true if the action was executed.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#setAction
orion.editor.TextView#getActions

{Boolean} isDestroyed()
Returns if the view is destroyed.
Returns:
{Boolean} true if the view is destroyed.

onDrag(dragEvent)
Parameters:
dragEvent

onDragEnd(dragEvent)
Parameters:
dragEvent

onDragEnter(dragEvent)
Parameters:
dragEvent

onDragLeave(dragEvent)
Parameters:
dragEvent

onDragOver(dragEvent)
Parameters:
dragEvent

onDragStart(dragEvent)
Parameters:
dragEvent

onDrop(dragEvent)
Parameters:
dragEvent

onMouseDown(mouseEvent)
Parameters:
mouseEvent

onMouseMove(mouseEvent)
Parameters:
mouseEvent

onMouseOut(mouseEvent)
Parameters:
mouseEvent

onMouseOver(mouseEvent)
Parameters:
mouseEvent

onMouseUp(mouseEvent)
Parameters:
mouseEvent

redraw()
Redraws the entire view, including rulers.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#redrawLines
orion.editor.TextView#redrawRange
orion.editor.TextView#setRedraw

redrawLines(startLine, endLine, ruler)
Redraws the text in the given line range.

The line at the end index is not redrawn.

Parameters:
{Number} startLine Optional, Default: 0
the start line
{Number} endLine Optional, Default: line count
the end line
ruler
See:
orion.editor.TextView#redraw
orion.editor.TextView#redrawRange
orion.editor.TextView#setRedraw

redrawRange(start, end)
Redraws the text in the given range.

The character at the end offset is not redrawn.

Parameters:
{Number} start Optional, Default: 0
the start offset of text range
{Number} end Optional, Default: char count
the end offset of text range
See:
orion.editor.TextView#redraw
orion.editor.TextView#redrawLines
orion.editor.TextView#setRedraw

redrawRulers(startLine, endLine)
Parameters:
startLine
endLine

removeEventListener(type, listener, useCapture)
Removes an event listener from the event target.

All the parameters must be the same ones used to add the listener.


Defined in: </shared/eclipse/e4/orion/I201402262325/plugins/org.eclipse.orion.client.editor/web/orion/editor/eventTarget.js>.
Parameters:
{String} type
The event type
{Function|EventListener} listener
The function or the EventListener that will be executed when the event happens.
{Boolean} useCapture Optional, Default: false
true if the listener should be trigged in the capture phase.
See:
orion.editor.EventTarget#addEventListener

removeKeyMode(mode)
Removes a key mode from the text view.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.KeyMode} mode
the key mode.

removeRuler(ruler)
Removes a ruler from the text view.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.Ruler} ruler
the ruler.

resize()

setAction(actionID, handler, actionDescription)
Associates an application defined handler to an action ID.

If the action ID is a predefined action, the given handler executes before the default action handler. If the given handler returns true, the default action handler is not called.

Parameters:
{String} actionID
the action ID.
{Function} handler
the action handler.
{orion.editor.ActionDescription} actionDescription Optional, Default: undefined
the action description.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getActions
orion.editor.TextView#invokeAction

setCaretOffset(caret, show, callback)
Sets the caret offset relative to the start of the document.
Parameters:
{Number} caret
the caret offset relative to the start of the document.
{Boolean|Number} show Optional, Default: true
if true, the view will scroll the minimum amount necessary to show the caret location. If show is a Number, the view will scroll the minimum amount necessary to show the caret location plus a percentage of the client area height. The parameter is clamped to the [0,1] range. In either case, the view will only scroll if the new caret location is visible already.
{Function} callback Optional
if callback is specified and scrollAnimation is not zero, view scrolling is animated and the callback is called when the animation is done. Otherwise, callback is callback right away.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getCaretOffset
orion.editor.TextView#setSelection
orion.editor.TextView#getSelection

setHorizontalPixel(pixel)
Sets the horizontal pixel.

The horizontal pixel is the pixel position that is currently at the left edge of the view. This position is relative to the beginning of the document.

Parameters:
{Number} pixel
the horizontal pixel.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getHorizontalPixel
orion.editor.TextView#convert

setKeyBinding(keyBinding, actionID)
Associates a key binding with the given action ID. Any previous association with the specified key binding is overwriten. If the action ID is null, the association is removed.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.KeyBinding} keyBinding
the key binding
{String} actionID
the action ID

setModel(model)
Sets the text model of the text view.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.TextModel} model
the text model of the view.

setOptions(options)
Sets the view options for the view.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.TextViewOptions} options
the view options.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getOptions

setRedraw(redraw)
Sets whether the view should update the DOM.

This can be used to improve the performance.

When the flag is set to true, the entire view is marked as needing to be redrawn. Nested calls to this method are stacked.

Parameters:
{Boolean} redraw
the new redraw state
See:
orion.editor.TextView#redraw

setSelection(start, end, show, callback)
Sets the text view selection.

The selection is defined by a start and end character offset relative to the document. The character at end offset is not included in the selection.

The caret is always placed at the end offset. The start offset can be greater than the end offset to place the caret at the beginning of the selection.

Clamps out of range offsets.

Parameters:
{Number} start
the start offset of the selection
{Number} end
the end offset of the selection
{Boolean|Number} show Optional, Default: true
if true, the view will scroll the minimum amount necessary to show the caret location. If show is a Number, the view will scroll the minimum amount necessary to show the caret location plus a percentage of the client area height. The parameter is clamped to the [0,1] range. In either case, the view will only scroll if the new caret location is visible already.
{Function} callback Optional
if callback is specified and scrollAnimation is not zero, view scrolling is animated and the callback is called when the animation is done. Otherwise, callback is callback right away.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getSelection

setText(text, start, end)
Replaces the text in the given range with the given text.

The character at the end offset is not replaced.

When both start and end parameters are not specified, the text view places the caret at the beginning of the document and scrolls to make it visible.

Parameters:
{String} text
the new text.
{Number} start Optional, Default: 0
the start offset of text range.
{Number} end Optional, Default: char count
the end offset of text range.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getText

setTopIndex(topIndex)
Sets the top index.

The top index is the line that is currently at the top of the text view. This line may be partially visible depending on the vertical scroll of the view.

Parameters:
{Number} topIndex
the index of the top line.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getBottomIndex
orion.editor.TextView#getTopIndex

setTopPixel(pixel)
Sets the top pixel.

The top pixel is the pixel position that is currently at the top edge of the view. This position is relative to the beginning of the document.

Parameters:
{Number} pixel
the top pixel.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getBottomPixel
orion.editor.TextView#getTopPixel
orion.editor.TextView#convert

{Boolean} showSelection()
Scrolls the selection into view if needed.
Returns:
{Boolean} true if the view was scrolled.
See:
orion.editor.TextView#getSelection
orion.editor.TextView#setSelection

update(styleChanged, sync)
Parameters:
styleChanged
sync
Event Detail
onBlur(blurEvent)
This event is sent when the text view goes out of focus.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.BlurEvent} blurEvent
the event

onContextMenu(contextMenuEvent)
This event is sent when the user invokes the view context menu.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.ContextMenuEvent} contextMenuEvent
the event

onDestroy(destroyEvent)
This event is sent when the text view has been destroyed.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.DestroyEvent} destroyEvent
the event
See:
orion.editor.TextView#destroy

onFocus(focusEvent)
This event is sent when the text view is focused.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.FocusEvent} focusEvent
the event

onKeyDown(keyEvent)
This event is sent for key down events.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.KeyEvent} keyEvent
the event

onKeyPress(keyEvent)
This event is sent for key press events. Key press events are only sent for printable characters.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.KeyEvent} keyEvent
the event

onKeyUp(keyEvent)
This event is sent for key up events.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.KeyEvent} keyEvent
the event

onLineStyle(lineStyleEvent)
This event is sent when the text view needs the style information for a line.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.LineStyleEvent} lineStyleEvent
the event

onModelChanged(modelChangedEvent)
This event is sent when the text in the model has changed.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.ModelChangedEvent} modelChangedEvent
the event

onModelChanging(modelChangingEvent)
This event is sent when the text in the model is about to change.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.ModelChangingEvent} modelChangingEvent
the event

onModify(modifyEvent)
This event is sent when the text view has changed text in the model.

If the text is changed directly through the model API, this event is not sent.

Parameters:
{orion.editor.ModifyEvent} modifyEvent
the event

onScroll(scrollEvent)
This event is sent when the text view scrolls vertically or horizontally.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.ScrollEvent} scrollEvent
the event

onSelection(selectionEvent)
This event is sent when the text view selection has changed.
Parameters:
{orion.editor.SelectionEvent} selectionEvent
the event

onVerify(verifyEvent)
This event is sent when the text view is about to change text in the model.

If the text is changed directly through the model API, this event is not sent.

Listeners are allowed to change these parameters. Setting text to null or undefined stops the change.

Parameters:
{orion.editor.VerifyEvent} verifyEvent
the event

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