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making column truly fixed, setMovable(false) on column can be worked around [message #589190] Wed, 02 April 2008 08:10
kent gibson is currently offline kent gibsonFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi-ya,

I have a Grid, with GridTreeViewerColumn(s)and for my first column I do
column.setMovable(false) and my other columns are column.setMovable(true).

Now my first column I cannot move directly, but if I go and move one of
the other columns to the left of my first column, the first column will
will be displaced to the right, in other words it will move to to the
right of the column I am moving.

Does anyone have an idea how I can make it so that the first column is
fixed, ie not movable, even if another column is moved before it?

Thanks,

kentusha
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