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  • in reply to: saveState issue with cellattr/formatter #126239
    wwhardy
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    Hi Will,
    Thank you! The fix is working great for us. Very much appreciated, and glad to provide the test case.

    Best,
    Walter

    wwhardy
    Participant

    Will,

    Thank you! It’s working great now. Glad to provide an example next time, I wasn’t sure if this was a bug, happy to see it fixed.

    Walter

    in reply to: Help with saveState and loadState #125370
    wwhardy
    Participant

    Hi Will,

    Thanks for the reply. I can’t get the afterSetGrid option to work (even with just an alert box), but this works fine:

    The other issue I’m having is that after loadState, I’ve lost the icons on the left part of my pager, which are reload, column chooser, and advanced search. Do I need to rebuild those after reloading the grid? They’re gone even before executing the trigger above, so after loadState.

    Thanks again,

    Walter

    in reply to: Help with saveState and loadState #125363
    wwhardy
    Participant

    Sorry, I’ll try this again…my divs got embedded…
    In 2) the table names change from

    to

    -- then add:

    to you page, and you'll get an option to download a text file with the grid state when you run the saveState method.

    • This reply was modified 5 years, 12 months ago by wwhardy.
    • This reply was modified 5 years, 12 months ago by wwhardy.
in reply to: span columns #124851
wwhardy
Participant

That is it!!! It’s perfect for names (like your demo) and addresses. I can try to build this in pure JS, or if you have time, Tony, to port it over, very much appreciated!

Best,
Walter Hardy / San Francisco

in reply to: span columns #124844
wwhardy
Participant

Thanks, but grouping headers is not it. I thought I saw a demo where you can have regular columns, but then the cell data can span the columns. As an example, here the data spans 3 columns:

|      City         |                   State          |              Zip         |
|San Francisco, CA 94102                                               |
|Boston, MA 12110                                                            |

You can still click on any column header to sort on that field.

Thanks again,

Walter

 

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