Tables? Available, or recommended approach?

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Protagonist
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Tables? Available, or recommended approach?

Postby Protagonist » Mon Apr 02, 2007 15:14

Hi there

I've searched around, but can't quite get a straight answer/solution.

Are tables available for CEGUI? And if not, what's the best approach to make one manually?

I simply need to create a table of fixed dimensions and number of cells, where the only thing I'll change being the text in the the cells.

I've read that I could use statictext, but that the peformance hit would be considerable.

If anybody could help, that'd be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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Postby Rackle » Mon Apr 02, 2007 16:26

Check out the MultiColumnList widget, which is a "table" of text data.

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Postby Protagonist » Mon Apr 02, 2007 18:02

Hmm thanks, but I only want the table for display of data, I don't want it modifiable. But multi column list seems to use listboxes..

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Postby Rackle » Mon Apr 02, 2007 19:01

Download and run the code from WidgetGalore. You'll see that it's read-only. It really is what you are looking for.

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Postby Protagonist » Mon Apr 02, 2007 19:41

Thanks. Got it working in my project.
However, I'd really like lines or borders or something of some sort to make rows and columns visible. Any suggestions?


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