The discussion moved to emulating the behavior of Excel and other worksheets, where both "header" columns and header rows can be locked at the same time - very common, and I bet Google Docs does it already, too. Don't quote me - just guessing!

The question that just arose - does the prototype have all the data on one screen? I'm thinking of the need to scroll the column headings along with the data when doing a horizontal scroll, and the same with the row headings when doing a vertical scroll.
Vern

hr@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Excuse me,

but isn't it a discussion of the possibilities to lock a few columns
in the horisontal scroll ?
/henrik




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Den 01/04/10 22.15, hr@xxxxxxxxxxxx skrev:
It seems to me that you are discussing a feature that is "nice to have"
but
in 99,99 % of programs are useless/irrelevant and besides that (if you
are
using ExtJS) would be implemented as a standard if the need was there
for
it.

I don't think it is nice to have. I think this way to present a data grid would be very sellable to customers.

Just think this as a presentation of an AS/400 file (field names on top, keys on left)...


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