|Re: Problem with Tree and Hide Row [message #1800684 is a reply to message #1800670]
||Sat, 05 January 2019 09:27
| Yves Prelot
Registered: September 2016
See Row 17 & 18 in the "after" image, and compare with the same items in the "before" image: they are shown with children they don't have. Conversely, Row 14 in the "before" image has lost its own children.|
Furthermore, and logically, when you click on the +/- signs in the "after" tree, nothing happens.
The 4 inital files are all that you need to have the example actually run.
Your example looks like it works, but I believe it doesn't : it is too simple as far as trees are involved (depth too low) for the problems to materialize ; in addition, you use a non standard compare function for the tree, which I believe few users would use; I tried it on my own exemple, and it renders the tree in a quite different, not very natural, way.
[Updated on: Sat, 05 January 2019 09:41]
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