10 Jun 2008 11:39 AM #11
Sorry but the problem persist.
10 Jun 2008 12:30 PM #12
Thank you so much for sharing.
In IE6 Bug
10 Jun 2008 2:07 PM #13
Nice work. A couple of observations:
- as said above the row spacing for IE6 is different for some lines
- the row striping is inconsistent (forgive me if I'm stating obvious).
- Sorting a column was a bit confusing when the rows were expanded. I wonder if you could make configs available for each nest/layer (not sure the term) so the rows displayed are shown differently for nested items. Maybe the css has in its name the level-X of the nesting so each level could be configured differently if someone wanted.
Not sure if you saw it, but I believe Animal was working on something quite similar, there was a thread on it. There might be some useful comments in it for you.
11 Jun 2008 10:23 AM #14
I've fixed the IE6/7 rendering bug and added level styling support.
11 Jun 2008 10:38 AM #15
Thank you for the fix, I just tested with IE6 and still a problem with justification.
IE Version: 6.0.2900.2180
11 Jun 2008 10:53 AM #16
Sorry, I can't reproduce the problem. I've tested the example with the same (6.0.2900.2180) IE6 version and everything is just fine. Have you tryed to refresh the page totaly/clear the cache?
11 Jun 2008 12:44 PM #17
I cleared the cache and refreshed and worked GREAT!!!!!
Thank you again; nice job.
11 Jun 2008 12:48 PM #18
Now works fine!!
Would be interesting make a detailed example or tutorial about how to consume your treegrid.
Thanks in advance,
11 Jun 2008 4:39 PM #19
11 Jun 2008 6:16 PM #20
Level styling looks good. I haven't checked out the code, I don't really have a use at present so I'm just offering observations (I don't want to come of as an overly critical user, etc. ).
In firefox 2, if you expand to see a row's 'details' the hover styling is suspect, it appears to highlight a portion of the "unexpanded row" but extends into the "details" part a bit, I'm not sure if the desired or preferred effect is that the hover would make the entire row (including details) the same or what.
I agree with the observations mystix made earlier as well. I would think the row expander display should remain, maybe think of a different styling for the tree level expansion (maybe something like the "layout browser example" from the demos?).