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Rado Manzela Feb 12, 2007 - 2:55 AM

Is it possible to set some column to be "hidden" in the tree grid ?
I’d like it to act like when I set width to 0, but user sould not be able to expand it by mouse.
Also nodes column in tree grid currently draws node lines even if this coulmn have zero width.

Thank you!

BTW your forum seems to be broken, this is my 2nd attempt to submit message but I was logged off instead

Technical Support Feb 13, 2007 - 2:38 AM

We confirm the tree grid’s outline may overdraw the grid’s content. The user is responsible for make the minimal available width of the tree grid’s column with outline enough large to display the outline area.

The columns in all the grids provided with Prof-UIS support minimum/current/maximum width. Setting all these widths to the same value makes the column unresizable.

Rado Manzela Feb 12, 2007 - 7:49 AM

thank you it seems to be good idea. But there will be still problem with tree lines drawn in next column

Technical Support Feb 13, 2007 - 2:45 AM

Yes, we confirm the current version requires you to specify the column width large enough to fit the maximum wide possible outline width. We think this is not a flaw of the design because a partially visible outline area makes appropriate row ranges absolutely unusable.

Suhai Gyorgy Feb 12, 2007 - 4:53 AM

Partial reply: To disable resizing of a column, read this FAQ: How to enable/disable resizing for a particular column in the data grid?