Copying and pasting a data grid form?
Keith (Gulf Breeze Ortho Lab)
keith at gulfbreezeortholab.com
Fri Dec 2 03:00:52 CST 2011
Thanks Pete. I did something very similar to that (although I didn't use
the message box to make a copy--how would I do that by the way?) I ended up
copying the group from the first data grid's row template over to the second
data grid... After playing around with it, I then did modified the
dgProps["Row Template]" of the new data grid and that did the trick...
Sent: Friday, December 02, 2011 1:32 AM
To: How to use LiveCode
Subject: Re: Copying and pasting a data grid form?
Here's one way to do this,there may be others.
Both datagrids will have the dgProps["row template"] property set to the
same group and card of the Datagrid Templates stack. Locate that card and
use the message box to make a copy of it in the Datagrid Templates stack.
Make a note of the Row Template group ID and card id of the new card, then
change the dgProps["Row Template"] property of the second datagrid to refer
to the new group/card. At that point, you can modify the second datagrid's
template as you wish without affecting the first datagrid.
Hope that helps,
On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 9:21 PM, Keith (Gulf Breeze Ortho Lab) <
keith at gulfbreezeortholab.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Okay, I am at a loss. I have a stack with several cards... On one card I
> have a custom data grid form with graphics and several text fields... What
> I want to do is copy the data grid and then paste it onto another
> card--which works fine. The problem is, I am unclear about how to create a
> new template for the pasted data grid... When I make minor changes to the
> template, the changes are also applied to the original data grid on the
> previous card...
> How can I create a new template for the pasted data grid so that I can
> make changes to it without affecting the original data grid? I want to
> a way to do this without having to recreate the second data grid from
> scratch, because there are only minor changes and it would be quite
> time-consuming to say the least...
> I found the following link, but it does not really explain what I am
> looking for:
> - Boo
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