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09-19-2008 11:38 AM
I have a screeen with about 12 fields could be more. I try to separate them with SeparatorField() but I still don't like the cluttered look.
I'm thinking to create 4 groups of fields and each group has a check box as the head field.The group of fields can be a mix of EditField/ListField/LabelField/CheckField. Checking and unchecking the head Checkbox field would expand or contract the sections.
I don't know exactly how to proceed. I imaging in need to add and remove the fields programmatically and shift lower fields up for a compressed look.
Has anyone done something similar? any suggestions.
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09-19-2008 12:41 PM
09-19-2008 12:55 PM
Re add/remvoing fields, you might like to review this Thread. You will want to put your optional Fields in their own Manager, and then add/remove the Manager.
09-19-2008 03:42 PM
The task of using multiple managers was easy enough to implement. I have the four sections expanding and contracting as needed using field listener for the for section. Just need to add some final touches on the layout.
Thanks for sharing that link Peter.
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