Have you ever wanted a list box column header to have more than one row ?
Have you used a group to get two rows (but don’t want the horizontal line?)
Now you can, just add a linefeed <10> to the column header and it will add another row.
Below is part of a listbox header,
It starts with a GROUP (notice the horizontal line)
Then there are two columns after that, that appear on two rows.
Below is part of the prop:format for that listbox (Note: ‘[’ … ‘]’ is a group)
& '[' & '31L(1)' & '|' & 'Y' & '~Imperial~' & 'C' & '@s6@' | & '29L' & '|' & 'Y' & '~Metric~' & 'C' & '@s6@' | & ']' & '(59)' & '|' & '~Units~' | | & '27L(1)' & '|' & 'Y' & '~Unit<10>Descr~' & '@s6@' | & '58C' & '|' & 'Y' & '~Default<10>Unit Type~' & '@s14@' |
Note: this tip was pointed out on the ClarionLive Skype chat by Bruce Johnson,
who in turn learned about it on the Newsgroups from Kelvin Chua