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Using CompositeTable as a basic Table replacement [message #574950] Fri, 19 January 2007 01:37
martin is currently offline martinFriend
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I was looking into CompositeTable as a basic Table replacement to provide
a virtual table which could be used with JFace databinding.
The main problem is probably going to be the non-standard look and feel of
the header columns and the inability to resize columns - both of which you
get for free with a standard SWT table.

I was wondering if there were any plans to add these features to a composite
table. I guess one approach would be to use a standard SWT table as the
header row and then somehow hook up the resize notifications to the widgets
in the other rows. It looks like CTreeTable is doing something similar.

Any thoughts on how difficult this would be to do?

Thanks
Martin
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