Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Re: How to eliminate extra balnk column in CellBrowser

Yeah, I guess I was assuming that the last column only contains leaf values so that the right-most splitter was unnecessary, but that might not be the case in general (although in my case it is).

I now dynamically compute and set the default column width to be 1/5 of the total width of my CellBrowser. This way I don't have any empty space after the last "HDragger".

Thanks for the help.

On Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 11:57:38 AM UTC-6, Thomas Broyer wrote:
Oh, there's no "last column", it's "empty space".
CellBrowser is given some width, then each column is created with a default width (configurable), filling empty space until they overflow and then an horizontal scrollbar appears.
BTW, I think you notice this behavior only because the last column contains only leaf values, but what if it contained both leaf and non-leaf ones?

So in your case maybe "just" configure a larger default column width?

On Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 4:26:51 PM UTC+1, Rogelio Flores wrote:

Here's a screenshot from the Showcase using Chrome on openSUSE 13.2. Note the last column on the right (empty and unneeded):

I also see the same in Firefox (linux), and on Windows (at least Chrome but I think all other browsers).

Here's a screenshot of my app's use of this widget, which might show better why such behavior is undesirable to me:

On Monday, October 26, 2015 at 5:52:29 PM UTC-6, Thomas Broyer wrote:
In which browser are you seeing this? No issue for me in Chrome (for Android).
Either that or I didn't understand the issue (a screenshot might help)

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