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Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

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  • Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

    Container Begin
    Merge Cells Begin [1]
    Field A
    Field B
    Merge Cells End [1]
    Merge Cells Begin [2]
    Field C
    Field D
    Field E
    Merge Cells End [2]
    Container End

    When dealing with formatting such as this, I'm seeing duplication in the display, so rather than seeing:
    Field A Field B
    Field C Field D

    I see things like:
    Field A Field B Field B
    Field C Field D Field D Field E

    I have two containers (but the example above covers just one).
    When I remove the Merge Cells, all fields display only once (as they should). Put the Merge Cells back in, duplication again. Same thing for container tags - remove them, leave merge cells in place, and all is well. Seems the two (container & merge cells) may not be playing nicely with one another.
    Last edited by fsi; 10-26-2009, 06:18 AM.

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    Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

    I've seen this too, but did not turn in a bug report. Maybe you could report it?
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      Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

      In my project also. DB= MSSQLSERVER

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        Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

        Thanks for the confirmation, gents.

        As to reporting the bug, I'll leave the honor to someone else. A5 staff has been a little haughty with me of late.

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          Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

          A5 staff has been a little haughty with me of late.
          That's the best time to submit a legitimate bug.
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            Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

            I shall make it so.

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            • #7
              Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

              In my project also. DB= MSSQLSERVER

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              • #8
                Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

                http://msgboard.alphasoftware.com/al...624#post512624
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                  Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

                  seems you like to MERGE :D

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                    Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

                    Originally posted by bea2701 View Post
                    seems you like to MERGE :D
                    If you keep clicking on those links, you end up in the Department of Redundancy Department!
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                      Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

                      Received from Selwyn:

                      "this is fixed."



                      Uh. Ok.

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                        Re: Implementing Merged Cells within Container caused display duplication

                        Originally posted by fsi View Post
                        Received from Selwyn:

                        "this is fixed."



                        Uh. Ok.
                        FIXED IN RELEASE ? 2526-3400? OR LATER

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