Faster way to get tabStops?
bernd.niggemann at uni-wh.de
Thu Feb 19 12:45:07 CET 2015
you can load the field with 5000 lines worth of data via the Helper stack ->
Examples -> choose 5000 -> click button "fill with n lines of random data",
then move the lines by moving the dividers and then control-click into the
This triggers the recalculation of the column widths via
It is quite fast.
Mike Bonner wrote
> Wow. Nice Bernd.
> On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 1:47 AM, BNig <
> > wrote:
>> Hi Dan,
>> I ran into the same problem and figured that acessing the field and ask
>> formattedWidth is slow.
>> So I tried to minimize that.
>> I took each tab delimited item an stuffed it into an array. For each
>> one key.
>> You end up with each key holding the data of one column worth of data
>> Then I put that column into a field that has the same properties as the
>> original field and get the formattedWidth. This tells me the space I need
>> set the tabstops.
>> That way I only access the field column times. This speeds up the whole
>> process tremendously.
>> To see it in action you can have a look:
>> watch for line breaks.
>> look at the script of field "fData" handler mtfAdjustToWidthOfContent.
>> Kind regards
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