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Oversized Formatting-Tables in scrollable panes
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 1992 08:57 EST
From: Curt Eggemeyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
First, thanks for the help and hints on the use of formatting-tables within
accepting-values. Now for my next question. This concerns the operation of
scrollable panes within the application. In my particular case I have
instances in which I generate a huge editor using accepting-values on my
data objects. This sometimes includes such things as the formatting-tables.
Assuming the pane for accepting-values operation is scrollable in both
directions, how to I keep the pane positioned at its origin when my accepts within
accepting values goes beyond the panes displayable dimensions? I know I
can always reposition the viewport position, but it is a little tacky that the
presentations force the scrolling to the extents of the tables and other accept operations.
Is there a simple form or pane variable I can set to keep the
pane positioned at its viewport origin even when the accepting-values goes
beyond its viewable limits?
Read the documentation on WITH-END-OF-LINE-ACTION and WITH-END-OF-PAGE-ACTION.
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