I think I was looking for a problem that doesn't exist. :-) I finally looked at the prototype and see that it covers these issues. I see the onscroll event being handles, which I assume repositions the fixed columns and rows.

Nice technique - was a little jerky on my system but that's probably horsepower issues.

Nathan Andelin wrote:

Are you saying that all the data fits on one screen? Huge resolution? Or do you have a browser that doesn't support the scrolling behavior? I've only tested it in 4 browsers, under Windows.


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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.

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