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[OT] more Carbon shared library tales   -   Hadley, Joshua
  clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?   -   The Carbon 6 Dev. Team.
   Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?   -   Charles Yeomans
    Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?   -   ern modern
   Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?   -   CV
   Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?   -   Wonder Fef

clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?
Date: 13.12.02 02:29 (Thu, 12 Dec 2002 17:29:54 -0800)
From: The Carbon 6 Dev. Team.
how might i start to go about doing this?

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Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?
Date: 13.12.02 02:36 (Thu, 12 Dec 2002 20:36:03 -0500)
From: Charles Yeomans
I'd suggest reading the documentation for the Listbox control.

Charles Yeomans

On Thursday, December 12, 2002, at 08:29 PM, The Carbon 6 Dev. Team.
wrote:

> how might i start to go about doing this?
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Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?
Date: 13.12.02 04:09 (Thu, 12 Dec 2002 22:09:34 -0500)
From: ern modern
Don't be so brash. I am convinced Carbon 6 Dev. Team is working on the
mother of all killer apps, with the mother of all thank-you about
window.

On Thursday, December 12, 2002, at 08:36 PM, Charles Yeomans wrote:

> I'd suggest reading the documentation for the Listbox control.
>
> Charles Yeomans
>
> On Thursday, December 12, 2002, at 08:29 PM, The Carbon 6 Dev. Team.
> wrote:
>
>> how might i start to go about doing this?
>>

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Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?
Date: 13.12.02 03:03 (Thu, 12 Dec 2002 20:03:51 -0600)
From: CV
In the Open event of your listbox, set the cells that you want to be
editable to Type 3. You can use the ColumnType or CellType properties,
depending on your requirements. To set all of the cells of the first (0th)
column to editable, for example, you would do:

me.ColumnType(0) = 3 // 0 refers to the first column, 3 means editable

Now, all cells in column 0 will be editable. When text is in the cells and
you click on the cell it will be highlighted and will have a focus ring. At
this point it is the ActiveCell, which is the name given to the editfield
used by the listbox for its editable cells.

Also, take a look at the EditCell method. EditCell(row,column) will scroll
the identified cell into view and set it temporarily to editable.

The CellAction event can also be important. It fires when the user exits an
editable cell previously clicked and provides the row and column number of
the cell.

Jack



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> how might i start to go about doing this?
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Re: clicking on cell text and editing in the cell?
Date: 13.12.02 18:18 (Fri, 13 Dec 2002 18:18:10 +0100)
From: Wonder Fef
> how might i start to go about doing this?

I think you should :

1st/ be more polite and respectful regarding this list.
Some "please" and "thanks" are always welcome. You always send questions
directly, as if we were at your disposal. I even saw you once asking to
directly answer to your personal email address!

2nd/ be more precise and use some ponctuation signs such as , .

3rd/ start reading the RB documentations and tutorials and use the list to
share your knwoledge and find some help and workaround whenever you're
stuck.

Cordially
Eric

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