StripeList - was Alternating stripes in fields
b.xavier at internet.lu
Wed Mar 9 23:30:26 CST 2005
You can see a horizontal implementation (without stripes) in
my HotKeyN2O plugin. The title field is groupped with some
buttons that must scroll along each column. So I grouped the
top field with the buttons and hid it's hscrollbar below the
Click on the options button and on the undo-History
in the index. Do some stuff while the palette is active to get
some history lines showing. Then when you scroll it horizontally
the top field will scroll with it's own column filter menus...
Quite simple too, no lag, no probs with fields (except in XP where
you see an extra line around the border) ;(
Now release b34 - getting close to unlimited undos but no cigar yet ;)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com
> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of
> Scott Rossi
> Sent: Thursday, March 10, 2005 01:30
> To: How to use Revolution
> Subject: Re: StripeList - was Alternating stripes in fields
> Recently, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> >> OK, when the fields are grouped together you can get performance
> >> issues, and when they're not grouped together you synch
> issues, so it
> >> would seem an engine-level solution is still really what
> is needed here.
> > Ideally, everything would be in the engine.
> > But in the meantime, while we lobby RunRev to first address things
> > that can't be done in script at all (like normal line
> object behaviors
> > with the pointer tool, proper file filtering with "answer
> file" on OS
> > X, the ability to interactively create objects within
> groups, etc.),
> > the nifty thing about X's solution is that it's so lightweight that
> > I'd be surprised if the lag were noticeable on any system
> > in the last five years.
> > I've look at a number of ways to do this, and I must say I feel Mr.
> > X's clever method of using the hilitedLines of an
> underlying field is
> > by far the simplest to set up and offers the smoothest user
> experience thus far.
> Agreed on the setup, not-so-agreed on the performance. But
> if it works for your needs then that's what counts.
> Scott Rossi
> Creative Director
> Tactile Media, Multimedia & Design
> E: scott at tactilemedia.com
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