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  • Mike Doty
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    Multi-column listbox

    Extremely impressive loading text into multiple columns very fast.
    Resize add/delete columns and sort numeric or alpha.

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  • jcfuller
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    Does it do multiline headers?

    James
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  • Erik Christensen
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    This is just to inform you that an updated version has been made. This works also for PBWin10.

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  • Erik Christensen
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    Thanks. I will come back at a later stage about that.

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  • Elias Montoya
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    And ill be glad to help if i can.
    Thanx for the "Expert on grids" part.

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  • Erik Christensen
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    Thank you Elias. I value your comments and suggestions, since I know you are an expert on grids. Yes, the code can be improved along the lines proposed by you. When I have the necessary time, I may be able to make such improvements. However, I may need some help from you.
    Last edited by Erik Christensen; 30 Dec 2007, 05:50 AM.

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  • Elias Montoya
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    Nice grid you have there Erik. As you might know, i like grids too.

    There was a submission couple months ago for a grid, but it was for a
    single use grid. Im not sure but this is the case here too?

    If you want to enhance it a bit more, lets say for usage in future projects,
    i believe the next step is the standarization of the control creation, as well
    as creating some functions to control the properties and making it able to be
    a multi-instance control. To control grids, I like to use commands instead of
    Functions. More simple.

    So, what are you going to add next?

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  • Erik Christensen
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    Thanks for your kind comments, Fred. Yes, I have been very interested in making grids. Some of my previous codes you can find in the source code forum. However, I think this is my best grid code so far. If you have suggestions for improvement, you are most welcome.
    Last edited by Erik Christensen; 29 Dec 2007, 03:27 PM.

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  • Fred Harris
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    Grid Makers Club!

    Welcome to the Grid Makers Club Erik! Making grids is one of my favorite passtimes too. So far I havn't made any yet with adjustable column/row widths/heights, as it hasn't been necessary to my work. One of these days though!

    I havn't done any more than compile and run it, but that part went OK! It looks nice. When I have a chance I'll take a look at it. By the way, Jim Seacamp posted one somewhat similiar to yours some time back, I'm guessing in the summer. Thanks!

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  • Erik Christensen
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    Thanks for your comment. The data-array for the start-up grid was not initialized. This is now corrected. I think it should work OK now.

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  • Michael Mattias
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    You need to make that screen resizeable. It's WAY too big.

    Also, while I can edit cells after loading default data, I cannot enter data into a blank fresh grid (what you get as soon as you 'execute'). It lets me type data when I enable cell writing and cell editing, but as soon as I <Tab> or <Enter> out of the cell I just edited, that cell goes blank.

    I think I am missing some step, but the software does not tell me what that step is.

    You should also add a caution somewhere that this code is not re-entrant.

    MCM

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  • Grid control with adjustable column and row headers - Your comments

    If you have any comments to this code:

    http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...043#post272043

    I would be very grateful. They should be posted in this thread. Thank you.

    Best regards and seasons greetings

    Erik Christensen
    Last edited by Erik Christensen; 29 Dec 2007, 09:49 AM.
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