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mustdev posted a topic in GeneralHi every One Merry Christmas I start to convert very big project from VCL to UniGui bat I find some problems to convert VCL DBgrid and StringGrid . In uniGuui there is no Rowcount property for both component also there is no selected Row proprieties. So if thre is some one how had implmente those proprieties can only show how to do this . Also i remarque that until now UniGui don't implement VCL Listview ? Thanks
I had a topic on TListView and no replies I am in dire need to have a list shown to the user and to let the user "checkmark" the items they want. THEN I have a button that processes all the items that are checkmarked. How to do this? I know that in the stringgrid, I can click on several items to select "multiple" items, BUT, if the user then accidentally clicks on another item, then it messes up the selections. They are too fragile and the user can mess up the selections without realizing it. So, a checkbox is more intuitive and you can easily see what's checked and what's not checked. I've looked long and hard and I don't see anything for this. Did I miss something cool? Seems to me that a checkbox feature in some sort of list would be a key feature. Since the items are manually generated, I can't use any of the DB controls. Thanks Davie
At first, I wanted a listview to show a bunch of rows from my array of info. It appeared there is NO listview equivalent. So, I tried StringGrid. The top row and left row (fixed rows) do not stay on the screen when I scroll around. I saw where this was normal behaviour. Is there a chance of fixing this? Also, in the design mode, I could change the column widths, but when I run it in web mode, the columns are all the same width and CAN NOT be resized. Very wierd. Is this also normal behaviour? NOTE: If in design mode, if I go to "view form as text" and then switch back to "view as form", ALL the column width adjustments are lost. This is not intuitive... am I missing something? The listview is the real solution for me so that I can RIGHT JUSTIFY certain columns that contain money values. Any thoughts? Davie