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Screen fields invisible, but occupy space

Hi!

I have some fields on a dynpro screen, and when I set their status to "invisible" (using the LOOP AT SCREEN...), they disappear, while other fields shrink and fill the gap.

However, in some other cases the "invisible" fields leave the gap. I don't know what made the difference. How can I control this behavior (gap/no-gap)?

Thanks!

Kind regards,

Igor

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 03:00 PM

    Try

    SCREEN-ACTIVE = 0.

    SCREEN-INVISIBLE = 1.

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    • Former Member Igor Barbaric

      hi,

      The fields which you want to make invisible double click on them opens a window and select the checkbox invisible which make the field invisible without any coding. And then you check back whether the gap are still present. I hope the gaps will not be present if you use the above method.

      Cheers!!

      VEnk@

  • Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 03:29 PM

    after the screen-invisible and all care modifying the screen sturucture? make sure you are doing it.

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 03:35 PM

    Look at the dynpro attributes under transaction SE51, request the online help for the "Switch off screen compression at runtime" checkbox.

    Also on a row, try to leave one or two free spaces between two fields and perform some tries.

    Regards

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