There is a way to do it, but it is a little tricky. There is nothing listening to the column width event by default, but you can implement your own propertyChangeListener. You’d want to put something like this on the visionWindowOpened event handler of a window:
table = event.source.rootContainer.getComponent("Table")
from java.beans import PropertyChangeListener
def propertyChange(self, event):
if event.propertyName == "width":
The ‘print event.newValue’ is where the new value of the column width gets printed, and you’ll notice you have to implement the listener on every column you’re interested in. In this case, I’ve hard-coded column 0 (the last line). Hope this is helpful, talk to you later.