|Having a "frozen" column in a table [message #1022096]
||Thu, 21 March 2013 09:15
| Urs Beeli
Registered: October 2012
Location: Bern, Switzerland
Yesterday I showed our users a first prototype of what their new scout based application could look like. Among other things, we'll have table with a large number of columns, making scrolling in the table inevitable.|
One of the things the current solution offers in such cases is that the first column (showing an identifying value (not the technical id)) does not scroll and remains fixed to make it easier to read the remaining columns that scroll. They have requested that the new application do this as well.
Does Scout already support this (none of the properties I looked at seem to suggest so)? If not, would it be possible to extend/modify the table implementation to support this easily? Where would I need to start?
The following screenshot from the current application illustrates this:
The red part does not scroll, while the green part can be scrolled.
[As an other description for what I want: in Excel you can split the display and then freeze this, so that row and column headers stay fixed while the rest of the worksheet can be scrolled. This is the behaviour I'm looking for (though only for the columns, as the header already does this).]
[Updated on: Thu, 21 March 2013 09:22]
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