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    Default itemselector: how to listen inbuild buttons in itemselector

    itemselector: how to listen inbuild buttons in itemselector


    Hi

    Can anyone help me in itemselector
    I want to catch click events when any inbuild button is clicked in itemselector to transfer data from left to right or right to left.

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    You would have to edit the source or create an override that would allow you to inject code like fireEvent or something. By default there really isn't a way.
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