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ViewSet with three rows

Hello All,

I have a scenario in which i want to use ViewSet having three rows.

<b>1st Row - View1 (having a Header and RoadMap UI element)

2nd Row - View2 (having a dynamic UI view)

3rd Row - View3 (having Next & Previous buttons to move through the RoadMap)</b>

But i dont find any ViewSet using which i can arrange Views in a row.

TreeLayout, Tabstrip , GridLayout don't fit for my requirement.

Any workaround?

Regards,

Aayush

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2005 at 11:45 AM

    Forget about the ViewSet, use a view with a RowLayout containing 3 ViewContainerUIElement instances.

    Assign to each ViewContainerUIElement a RowHeadData instance such that they start a new row.

    Armin

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2005 at 11:59 AM

    Hi Aayush,

    1. Set the layout of "RootUIelementContainer" to RowLayout

    2. Now select the "ViewElementUIContainer" and set the layoutdata property to "RowData"

    Regards, Anilkumar

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2005 at 02:01 PM

    "...But i dont find any ViewSet using which i can arrange Views in a row"

    Aayush - just use a GridLayout for your ViewSet and define it to have 3 rows and 1 (one) column. 😊

    Walter

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      When you define a new grid layout ViewSet, look in the "Properties" tab, and you will see there that amongst the properties are properties for "Rows" and "Columns".

      If you are still having difficulty doing this, or don't know where to find the properties, please contact me by email and I will send you screen shots.

      Regards,

      Walter

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