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How do I move the keyboard cursor position in a Tix.HList?

I am using an HList with the right mouse button bound to pop up a
menu. If the right click is done on an unselected item, I change the
selection to that item. This works, however the keyboard cursor
position remains at the last item selected with arrow keys or left
click. How can I move this as well as the selection?

def onrightclick(ev ent):
rightselected=h list1.nearest(e vent.y)
if hlist1.selectio n_includes(righ tselected) <"0":
callpopup(right selected)
hlist1.selectio n_clear()
hlist1.selectio n_set(rightsele cted)
callpopup(right selected)

hlist1.bind("<B utton-3>", onrightclick)

Jun 27 '08 #1
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