The events section of the Viewbox Properties pane in the Viewbox Builder displays a list of global events.
The second category is comprised of events for which there is no local definition and that target the viewbox control itself. These are events like onBeforeDraw, onDraw, and onPopulate. Draw events fire when the viewbox is drawn and populate events fire when the viewbox is populated with data. The onSelectComplete event falls into this category too. The onSelectComplete event is rather unique in that it fires only after all of the onSelect events listed in the items pane have fired..
Fires before a draw anytime the viewbox is going to be redrawn.
The onBeforePopulate event fires before a viewbox is populated.
Defines a default event. If no onBeforeSelect event is defined for an item in the viewbox, then this 'global' onBeforeSelect' event will be used by default.
This event fires whenever a viewbox control gets or loses focus.
This event fires when the value of the viewbox changes.
This defines a default onClick event that fires whenever an item in the viewbox is clicked on.
This defines a default onDblClick event that fires whenever an item in the viewbox is clicked on twice.
Defines a default onDown event that fires when the mouse button is pressed down whenever an item in the viewbox is clicked on..
This default event is used when a mouse key is pressed down, and then held in the down position, over an item that has no specific onDownHold event defined
Fires whenever the viewbox control is drawn or re-drawn.
This is a default event that fires when an item in a viewbox control gets focus.
Fires once the viewbox is set up. This happens after the onDraw and onPopulate events fire.
The onPopulate event fires once the viewbox has been populated with data.
This is the default event that fires when the right mouse button is clicked over an item in a viewbox. The item cannot have a local onRightClick event in its definition if the default onRightClick event is to be used.
A default event that fires when an item in a view box is selected, presuming that the item does not already have a local onSelect event definition.
If multiple items in the viewbox have onSelect events, then on SelectComplete fires once everything has been selected.
This defines a default onSwipe event that happens when an item is swipped, as on a cell phone.
This is the default or global onUp event. The onUp event fires when a mouse button is lifted, after an item in a viewbox is clicked on. This is assuming the item in question does not have a localized onUp event as part of the item's definition.