Is there any other way than going down to HTML and doing everything on my own?
What I want is a column where each cell contains a variable number of labelled Checkboxes (label through "text" attribute of the Checkbox widget).
Am Freitag, 27. April 2012 16:09:52 UTC+2 schrieb Alfredo Quiroga-Villamil:
If you have an "n" number of values that should be represented in one--
single column, I would go for a tree. Its ability to expand nodes when
needed, gives the user a chance to have it expanded or collapsed. So
in your case the column would contain:
"Top Of Tree"
On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 9:16 PM, Aoxiang Cui <cuiao...@google.com> wrote:
> The title is too short, let me explain and simplify my situation.
> Say, I have a dto which contains a list of Booleans. I need a column whose
> cell looks like below:
> item_1 checkbox_1
> item_2 checkbox_2
> item_n checkbox_n
> If n is a fixed number, it is fine to use CompositeCell. The problem is we
> don't know the size of list and each cell can have different list size.
> Is there any way to extend CompositeCell so as to make it support my
> situation. Or maybe I should write a new Cell?
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