How to use jstree in the PProPanel??

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May 03, 2022 May 03, 2022

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I'm going to draw a tree control using jtree on the PProPanel.


The jstree method of adding data in the "html" method works.

 

However, when I try to put data in Json, I keep getting refreshed when I run the panel.

 

Below is the sample code.

 

$('#jstree').jstree({
                     'core': {
                         'data': [{
                                   "id": "ajson1",
                                   "parent": "#",
                                   "text": "treenode1"
                                   }, {"id": "ajson2", "parent": "#", "text": "treenode2"}, {
                                        "id": "ajson3",
                                        "parent": "ajson2",
                                        "text": "child1"
                                    }, {"id": "ajson4", "parent": "ajson2", "text": "child2"},]
                                       }
         });

 

Is there a solution to this refresh phenomenon?

 

For your information, Premiere running environment O/S is Windows 10
The Premiere version is 2019.

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Adobe Employee , May 04, 2022 May 04, 2022
Sorry, we have no information on JSTree usage.  [Also, we're not sure why you're using a very obsolete version of PPro...?]

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Sorry, we have no information on JSTree usage. 

[Also, we're not sure why you're using a very obsolete version of PPro...?]


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