Listbox highlight rows confusionbob.miller at parker.com (4/28/14 4:48PM)
Keisuke Miyako (4/29/14 1:11AM)
bob.miller at parker.com (4/28/14 4:48 PM)
I'm doing something for the first time, and am clearly doing it wrong.
I have a listbox with a bunch of arrays, and I want to highlight some
rows (that indicate that a date is past expiration).
I create a longint array aListboxRowColors and if the date is good, I
in one value, if the date is bad, another value. ?I associate this
with the listbox on the listbox properties palette, "Row Background
Array". ?I've also added this array to my listbox so if someone sorts
listbox, this array gets sorted, too - so the color "sticks" with the
But here's where something is failing: even though I can see the
aListboxRowColors array on my listbox, when I sort by any other
all the arrays get sorted *except* for aListboxRowColors. ?As a
row #2 is red, for example, if someone does a sort, then row #2
red and I can see that the column for aListboxRowColors isn't sorted!
What am I doing wrong here, that my color array isn't being sorted?
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Keisuke Miyako (4/29/14 1:11 AM)
I think you shouldn?=80ôt have added the colour control array to the
On 2014/04/29 5:48, "bob.miller@... <<bob.miller@...
color><param>00000,0000,DDEE/param>WWhat am I doing wrong here, that
my color array isn't being sorted?
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