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Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

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  • #16
    Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

    Seems there is another issue with the virtualised list.

    After a load and discard everything gets confused.

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    • #17
      Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

      with the virtualized list
      Does this mean that you're using List Virtualization?

      If so, it's not something you mentioned in this thread... but it's somewhat important... and yes... I'd bet it's getting confused.

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      • #18
        Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

        ...when every time you toggle to see detail or summary you're back at the top again.
        This really seems like a REALLY good time to put the detail view in a container (panel overlay) that can be closed without losing your place after.
        NWCOPRO: Nuisance Wildlife Control Software My Application: http://www.nwcopro.com "Without forgetting, we would have no memory at all...now what was I saying?"

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        • #19
          Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

          Sorry, Charles poor use of detail.


          I should have said expand template for more Information.

          Phase 2 will have detail view.

          When the client wishes to note a wine he can add it to a new "Group" of records that he intends to save. Not quite thought through parent-child table offline. I would like the primary key of the parent table to be simple, I am not a fan of GUID's

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          • #20
            Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

            One things for sure if you haven't noticed yet, if you can dream it - you can do it! Sometimes it is just hard to say exactly what it is your trying to do. I was looking at a cool JS thing called paperfold and thought if you could put like 10 wines per container then you could fold each container up!
            Now keep in mind that - this really isn't all THAT related to your inquiry here but it sort of is somewhat and cool none the less. I guess in the end this is all about presentation of info.
            Check out the comments in this - how they fold up and unfold. This seems like a pretty nifty thing.
            http://felixniklas.com/paperfold/
            I have no doubt that this could be incorporated into Alpha and probably a list control's contents - but probably only a few folks could figure it out - again still nifty.
            NWCOPRO: Nuisance Wildlife Control Software My Application: http://www.nwcopro.com "Without forgetting, we would have no memory at all...now what was I saying?"

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            • #21
              Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

              Cool looks to me like the accordion control.

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              • #22
                Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

                Paperfold is a good example of transformations and styling... it looks great. A review the container setup shows the items being hidden are wrapped in a div which the JS acts upon. It's great for a relatively static setup, but throw in a responsive, virtualized List, PanelCards, Headers, Footers... all responsive... and suddenly Paperfold is more like Papercut.

                Changing List layouts on a virtualized List is possible... all the data is there... it's just math that needs to be worked out.

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                • #23
                  Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

                  Nice site. There was one item that jumped out. I would change "drunk" to "consumed"... unless that refers to the number of people at the last party.

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                  • #24
                    Re: Finding the top row that is currently in view in a list, without using onClick

                    Yes, I do numbers not stories.

                    Will take your advice.

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