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Strange OVS behaviour

Hi all,

Was wondering if anyone could provide some advice on the following. I have an OVS popup where the output table has about 5 columns. Whenever the end-user pages through the list, the widths of columns change in length based on the content. This is quite annoying because the actual paging controls move, as well as the window in some cases.

Is there a way to fix the width of the table in the OVS popup?

Many thanks,


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    Posted on Sep 21, 2005 at 04:40 AM


    The table size changes depending on the content.

    Only thing u can do is create a group and place the table within it and enable the scroll so the table will scroll within the group and ur window will not be disturbed..

    if any further clarifications revert back.

    Thanks & Regards,


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      Yes, you are correct -- there are no direct methods to tweak OVS UI. However, you may assign field label / column / label / min-max-external length etc for properties' data types and these changes will be reflected by OVS component. Unfortunately, there is no way to alter width of table column.

      Valery Silaev

      EPAM Systems

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