This library contains tools for the sake of DOM-access in the manialink.
These functions use the TextLib with exact this name.
Text mQ_Typeof(CMlControl c)
CMlLabel, etc. matching the given CMlControl.
CMlFrame mQ_Parent(CMlControl control)
Returns the parent frame of the given CMlControl.
Boolean mQ_IsChildOf(CMlControl control, CMlFrame parent[, Boolean recursive=True])
Returns whether the given control is child of the CMlFrame parent. If recursive is set to
False, control has to be a direct child of the given parent.
CMlControl mQ(Text selector[, CMlFrame root=Page.MainFrame])
Returns all elements matching the given selector below the given root element. See the description on selectors below for more information about them.
CMlControl mQAdd(CMlControl control, CMlControl elements)
Expands a given CMlControl array elements by control.
CMlControl mQAdd(CMlControl controls, CMlControl elements)
Expands a given CMlControl array elements by the elements in controls.
CMlControl mQAdd(Text selector[, CMlFrame root=Page.MainFrame], CMlControl elements)
Expands a given CMlControl array elements by the elements matching the given selector.
CMlControl mQNot(Text selector[, CMlFrame root=Page.MainFrame], CMlControl elements)
Removes all controls in elements that match the given selector.
CMlControl mQFilter(Text selector, CMlControl elements)
Returns only the controls form elements that match the selector. This selector supports
:first, :last, :odd, :even, [visible], [hidden], :eq(n), :lt(n), :gt(n).
For more information about these read the jQuery reference.
You can use
mQ_Hide(Void), mQ_Show(Void), mQ_PosnX(Real), mQ_PosnY(Real), mQ_PosnZ(Real), mQ_RelativePosition(Vec3), mQ_Scale(Real), mQ_Size(Vec2), mQ_SetText(Text) on sets of elements like below. They return the given set of elements so you can concatenate them:
mQ_PosnX(5., PosnZ(12., mQ(".myelements")));
Boolean mQ_IsOver(CMlControl controls), Boolean mQ_IsOver(CMlControl control)
Returns whether the cursor is currently above the given elements. This can be used if you want to prevent a loss of focus, if the cursor focuses a button within a container. You may check on MouseOut events if the cursor is still above the element it just left.
A selector can contain multiple elements, seperated by a
,. Each part will be treated equally. For the means of caching, the selectors get normalized which means ids > classnames > tagnames are sorted alphabetically.
A selector part may be of these three parts:
Parts led by a # will be interpreted as ControlIds.
Parts led by a . will be interpreted as class names.
TagNameElements with leading letters will be interpreted as tag name. These are lowecase and will be
label, quad, frame, ....