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[archive] Adjustable Columns in Grid

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'Display Screen1 Upon Screen1-Handle' will reset the grid columns. If I omit this line the column-widths will remain where the user set them. However, I need to use this line to display changes in Labels, Entry Fields, etc. Is there any way around this??

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RE: [archive] Adjustable Columns in Grid

Hello
We have the Adjustable Columns property on our grids set to True.
The users can adjust the size of the columns, but when the grid is modified or the users go to another screen and come back the grid columns revert to their original settings. Is it possible to make the user adjustments to column width "stick" until the screen is destroyed?

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RE: [archive] Adjustable Columns in Grid

I would say this sounds like an undesired effect. At first thought I cannot justify this behavior, but there might be some rationale behind it. May I suggest that you report this to Tech support. Remember to provide a small example to reproduce it.
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RE: [archive] Adjustable Columns in Grid

Well, you can do display on the individual items only. Like:

01 myscreen
    03 mybutton.
        ...
    03 mylabel.
        ...
    03 mygrid.
        ...
...
display myscreen.
...
*Event
display mybutton
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