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scroll to column

9 posts in DataWindow Last posting was on 2008-06-06 19:50:59.0Z
M. Searer Posted on 2008-05-29 16:32:50.0Z
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PB 11.1

for resizable grid datawindows:

I'm trying to figure out whether a column can be seen by the user based on its
horizontal location. The datawindow has a horiztonal scrollbar and I am setting
the current column with setcolumn(), but the column may not be viewable due to
the width of the datawindow object vs the datawindow control.

I only want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user can not
see it.

If I know the width of the datawindow, then I can calculate it.
I thought I could use the control width (dw_1.width) and the
HorizontalScrollMaximum (assuming the datawindow is in PBunits or pixels with
conversion), but HorizontalScrollMaximum doesn't seem to be the width of the
datawindow object, just the calculated scrollbar size max.

I think i am stuck having to try and figure out the width of the datawindow
object via looking for the object with the max x + width value. Even if I do
that, then my calculations are dependent on the datawindow units being either PB
units or pixels?


Philip Salgannik Posted on 2008-05-29 17:31:50.0Z
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Can you clarify in which circumstances you want to perform this "I only want
to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user can not see
it."?
I have a feeling that you are overengineering :-)

"M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> PB 11.1
>
> for resizable grid datawindows:
>
> I'm trying to figure out whether a column can be seen by the user based on
> its horizontal location. The datawindow has a horiztonal scrollbar and I
> am setting the current column with setcolumn(), but the column may not be
> viewable due to the width of the datawindow object vs the datawindow
> control.
>
> I only want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user
> can not see it.
>
> If I know the width of the datawindow, then I can calculate it.
> I thought I could use the control width (dw_1.width) and the
> HorizontalScrollMaximum (assuming the datawindow is in PBunits or pixels
> with conversion), but HorizontalScrollMaximum doesn't seem to be the width
> of the datawindow object, just the calculated scrollbar size max.
>
> I think i am stuck having to try and figure out the width of the
> datawindow object via looking for the object with the max x + width value.
> Even if I do that, then my calculations are dependent on the datawindow
> units being either PB units or pixels?
>
>


M. Searer Posted on 2008-05-29 17:45:43.0Z
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the column is off to the right outside the current viewable area of the
datawindow control and is not visible unless the user scrolls over to the right.

I could just always scroll to the column regardless of whether it is already
visible, but then it will always move the position of the datawindow around on
the user. As a user, that would drive me nuts particularly since I might have
positioned the scroll location in order to see specific columns; but now the
system moved it on me.....

"Philip Salgannik" <PhilipSalgannik@work.com> wrote in message
news:483ee886$1@forums-1-dub...
> Can you clarify in which circumstances you want to perform this "I only want
> to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user can not see it."?
> I have a feeling that you are overengineering :-)
>
> "M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:483edab2$1@forums-1-dub...
>> PB 11.1
>>
>> for resizable grid datawindows:
>>
>> I'm trying to figure out whether a column can be seen by the user based on
>> its horizontal location. The datawindow has a horiztonal scrollbar and I am
>> setting the current column with setcolumn(), but the column may not be
>> viewable due to the width of the datawindow object vs the datawindow control.
>>
>> I only want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user can
>> not see it.
>>
>> If I know the width of the datawindow, then I can calculate it.
>> I thought I could use the control width (dw_1.width) and the
>> HorizontalScrollMaximum (assuming the datawindow is in PBunits or pixels with
>> conversion), but HorizontalScrollMaximum doesn't seem to be the width of the
>> datawindow object, just the calculated scrollbar size max.
>>
>> I think i am stuck having to try and figure out the width of the datawindow
>> object via looking for the object with the max x + width value. Even if I do
>> that, then my calculations are dependent on the datawindow units being either
>> PB units or pixels?
>>
>>
>
>


Philip Salgannik Posted on 2008-05-29 18:14:23.0Z
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That does not answer my question.
WHEN is the column off to the right outside the current viewable area of the
datawindow control ?
WHEN do you decide to scroll for the user?

"M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> the column is off to the right outside the current viewable area of the
> datawindow control and is not visible unless the user scrolls over to the
> right.
>
> I could just always scroll to the column regardless of whether it is
> already visible, but then it will always move the position of the
> datawindow around on the user. As a user, that would drive me nuts
> particularly since I might have positioned the scroll location in order to
> see specific columns; but now the system moved it on me.....
>
>
>
>
> "Philip Salgannik" <PhilipSalgannik@work.com> wrote in message
> news:483ee886$1@forums-1-dub...
>> Can you clarify in which circumstances you want to perform this "I only
>> want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user can not
>> see it."?
>> I have a feeling that you are overengineering :-)
>>
>> "M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
>> news:483edab2$1@forums-1-dub...
>>> PB 11.1
>>>
>>> for resizable grid datawindows:
>>>
>>> I'm trying to figure out whether a column can be seen by the user based
>>> on its horizontal location. The datawindow has a horiztonal scrollbar
>>> and I am setting the current column with setcolumn(), but the column may
>>> not be viewable due to the width of the datawindow object vs the
>>> datawindow control.
>>>
>>> I only want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user
>>> can not see it.
>>>
>>> If I know the width of the datawindow, then I can calculate it.
>>> I thought I could use the control width (dw_1.width) and the
>>> HorizontalScrollMaximum (assuming the datawindow is in PBunits or pixels
>>> with conversion), but HorizontalScrollMaximum doesn't seem to be the
>>> width of the datawindow object, just the calculated scrollbar size max.
>>>
>>> I think i am stuck having to try and figure out the width of the
>>> datawindow object via looking for the object with the max x + width
>>> value. Even if I do that, then my calculations are dependent on the
>>> datawindow units being either PB units or pixels?
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>


M. Searer Posted on 2008-05-29 18:41:48.0Z
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it is a grid datawindow - they can move columns around. And the column
location is saved off and restored each time the user opens that window.
So it can be at any time that the column of interest is outside the current
viewable area of the datawindow control.

During a full validation of the datawindow, if they have missing data I am
notifying them of the missing values and setting the column as current. But
that column may be outside the current viewable area. It is at that time that I
want to scroll.

"Philip Salgannik" <PhilipSalgannik@work.com> wrote in message
news:483ef27f$1@forums-1-dub...
> That does not answer my question.
> WHEN is the column off to the right outside the current viewable area of the
> datawindow control ?
> WHEN do you decide to scroll for the user?
> "M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:483eebc7$1@forums-1-dub...
>> the column is off to the right outside the current viewable area of the
>> datawindow control and is not visible unless the user scrolls over to the
>> right.
>>
>> I could just always scroll to the column regardless of whether it is already
>> visible, but then it will always move the position of the datawindow around
>> on the user. As a user, that would drive me nuts particularly since I might
>> have positioned the scroll location in order to see specific columns; but now
>> the system moved it on me.....
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> "Philip Salgannik" <PhilipSalgannik@work.com> wrote in message
>> news:483ee886$1@forums-1-dub...
>>> Can you clarify in which circumstances you want to perform this "I only want
>>> to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user can not see
>>> it."?
>>> I have a feeling that you are overengineering :-)
>>>
>>> "M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
>>> news:483edab2$1@forums-1-dub...
>>>> PB 11.1
>>>>
>>>> for resizable grid datawindows:
>>>>
>>>> I'm trying to figure out whether a column can be seen by the user based on
>>>> its horizontal location. The datawindow has a horiztonal scrollbar and I
>>>> am setting the current column with setcolumn(), but the column may not be
>>>> viewable due to the width of the datawindow object vs the datawindow
>>>> control.
>>>>
>>>> I only want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user
>>>> can not see it.
>>>>
>>>> If I know the width of the datawindow, then I can calculate it.
>>>> I thought I could use the control width (dw_1.width) and the
>>>> HorizontalScrollMaximum (assuming the datawindow is in PBunits or pixels
>>>> with conversion), but HorizontalScrollMaximum doesn't seem to be the width
>>>> of the datawindow object, just the calculated scrollbar size max.
>>>>
>>>> I think i am stuck having to try and figure out the width of the datawindow
>>>> object via looking for the object with the max x + width value. Even if I
>>>> do that, then my calculations are dependent on the datawindow units being
>>>> either PB units or pixels?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>


Philip Salgannik Posted on 2008-05-29 19:07:52.0Z
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OK, so it's at validation time only. Then why bother with determination if
it's outside of visible area or not, if the column is in error (missing
data) just set HorizontalScrollPosition to the X coordinate of the column in
error and be done with it.

"M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> it is a grid datawindow - they can move columns around. And the column
> location is saved off and restored each time the user opens that window.
> So it can be at any time that the column of interest is outside the
> current viewable area of the datawindow control.
>
> During a full validation of the datawindow, if they have missing data I am
> notifying them of the missing values and setting the column as current.
> But that column may be outside the current viewable area. It is at that
> time that I want to scroll.
>
>
>
>
> "Philip Salgannik" <PhilipSalgannik@work.com> wrote in message
> news:483ef27f$1@forums-1-dub...
>> That does not answer my question.
>> WHEN is the column off to the right outside the current viewable area of
>> the datawindow control ?
>> WHEN do you decide to scroll for the user?
>> "M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
>> news:483eebc7$1@forums-1-dub...
>>> the column is off to the right outside the current viewable area of the
>>> datawindow control and is not visible unless the user scrolls over to
>>> the right.
>>>
>>> I could just always scroll to the column regardless of whether it is
>>> already visible, but then it will always move the position of the
>>> datawindow around on the user. As a user, that would drive me nuts
>>> particularly since I might have positioned the scroll location in order
>>> to see specific columns; but now the system moved it on me.....
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> "Philip Salgannik" <PhilipSalgannik@work.com> wrote in message
>>> news:483ee886$1@forums-1-dub...
>>>> Can you clarify in which circumstances you want to perform this "I only
>>>> want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the user can
>>>> not see it."?
>>>> I have a feeling that you are overengineering :-)
>>>>
>>>> "M. Searer" <nospam@nospam.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:483edab2$1@forums-1-dub...
>>>>> PB 11.1
>>>>>
>>>>> for resizable grid datawindows:
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm trying to figure out whether a column can be seen by the user
>>>>> based on its horizontal location. The datawindow has a horiztonal
>>>>> scrollbar and I am setting the current column with setcolumn(), but
>>>>> the column may not be viewable due to the width of the datawindow
>>>>> object vs the datawindow control.
>>>>>
>>>>> I only want to scroll (using HorizontalScrollPosition) to it if the
>>>>> user can not see it.
>>>>>
>>>>> If I know the width of the datawindow, then I can calculate it.
>>>>> I thought I could use the control width (dw_1.width) and the
>>>>> HorizontalScrollMaximum (assuming the datawindow is in PBunits or
>>>>> pixels with conversion), but HorizontalScrollMaximum doesn't seem to
>>>>> be the width of the datawindow object, just the calculated scrollbar
>>>>> size max.
>>>>>
>>>>> I think i am stuck having to try and figure out the width of the
>>>>> datawindow object via looking for the object with the max x + width
>>>>> value. Even if I do that, then my calculations are dependent on the
>>>>> datawindow units being either PB units or pixels?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>
>


anujbanga Posted on 2008-06-02 05:14:54.0Z
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Even I want to use this feature.
I want to click on a cell for which I know the the Row Number and
Column Name.
Column of interest might not be in visible area. Does setting the
Horizontal scroll Position to the X value of the column works?


Philip Salgannik Posted on 2008-06-02 13:13:05.0Z
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It absolutely does.

<anujbanga@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Even I want to use this feature.
> I want to click on a cell for which I know the the Row Number and
> Column Name.
> Column of interest might not be in visible area. Does setting the
> Horizontal scroll Position to the X value of the column works?


M. Searer Posted on 2008-06-06 19:50:59.0Z
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FYI, I was able to get it to work - the values from HorizontalScrollMaximum
and window width did have what I needed.

"Philip Salgannik" <philemaxNOSPAM@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> It absolutely does.
> <anujbanga@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:78ec71f4-bfa2-47fe-bef8-ec23eee666ac@q27g2000prf.googlegroups.com...
>> Even I want to use this feature.
>> I want to click on a cell for which I know the the Row Number and
>> Column Name.
>> Column of interest might not be in visible area. Does setting the
>> Horizontal scroll Position to the X value of the column works?
>
>