|Re: Columns in TableView [message #459779 is a reply to message #459774]
||Tue, 16 August 2005 14:15
| Grant Gayed
Registered: July 2009
Assuming that I understand your question correctly, no, table items can only
If you are in a read-only context then you could fake this by, for example,
showing 4 name/value pairs per TableItem (so for TableItem 0, name/value
pair 0 would occupy columns 0 and 1, name/value pair 1 would occupy columns
2 and 3, etc). However this would not make sense if your user can select
items in the table, since selection is on a per-TableItem basis, not
"Igor S. Zamyatin" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi all!!!
> I have a TableViewer with 2 columns, for example, "name" and "value".
> I want the columns to fill all the space of the viewer. I'll try to
> explain what I mean
> Viewer should have a row of column headers like "name" | "value" |
> "name" | "value" .. (k times) .. "name" | "value" . "k" will depend on
> the viewer width and each column will continue tne previous one.
> Has Table Viewer properties or something else that allow to do that?
> Igor S. Zamyatin
> JSC Interstron
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