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Multiple Column [message #208166] Thu, 09 October 2008 13:08 Go to next message
Hugues Rérolle is currently offline Hugues RérolleFriend
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Hi all,

I want to know if it's possible in GMF to represent a table:

___________________________
| MY NODE |
|_________________________|
|<COL1> | <COL2> | <COL3> |
|<COL1> | <COL2> | <COL3> |
|<COL1> | <COL2> | <COL3> |
|_________________________|



Thanks in advance,


Hugues
Re: Multiple Column [message #208189 is a reply to message #208166] Thu, 09 October 2008 15:44 Go to previous message
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Originally posted by: e.schnepel.bmiag.de

Hello Hugues,

During my diploma thesis I did some research on this and found no
practical solution if the columns should automaticaly rezise with its
compartment childs. There might a solution for the very rare case if the
width of the elements in the columns are fixed - you will have to place
each row-child at a fixed position and size in a row-node. the
compartment of your my-node has a list-layout and would look "like" a
table but isn't one.

Greetings

Enrico

Hugues Rérolle schrieb:
> Hi all,
>
> I want to know if it's possible in GMF to represent a table:
>
> ___________________________
> | MY NODE |
> |_________________________|
> |<COL1> | <COL2> | <COL3> |
> |<COL1> | <COL2> | <COL3> |
> |<COL1> | <COL2> | <COL3> |
> |_________________________|
>
>
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
>
> Hugues
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