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scottcd

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Selecting and editing Grid Cell
« on: October 19, 2006, 01:55:20 AM »
How do you select a grid cell and edit the contents

Is it somethind to do with the following...

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(defun c:DclForm1_lotc_grid1_OnGridCellEdit (nRow nCol /)
  (Odcl_Grid_ShowTextBox lotc_DclForm1_lotc_grid1 nRow nCol 6)
)

How do I get the row and column number?

Cheers

Scott


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« Last Edit: October 19, 2006, 04:40:00 AM by jonesy »
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Re: Selecting and editing Grid Cell
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2006, 01:41:16 PM »
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(Odcl_Grid_SetItemText  lotc_DclForm1_lotc_grid1  Textvalue  nRow nCol)
The Col and Row number are given inside the function you just have to use them

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Re: Selecting and editing Grid Cell
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2006, 04:13:12 PM »
Sorry, I have been a bit vague in the way I have asked the question :ugly:

I have already created the table of a list of bearings and distances of a polyline segments.

I now want to be able to edit a cell and change a value.

How from a mouse pick on the cell do I retrieve the row and column number?

Cheers

Scott
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Re: Selecting and editing Grid Cell
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2006, 09:11:38 PM »
I now want to be able to edit a cell and change a value.

I haven't played with editing cells but just had a look at the GRID.LSP example and at the browser help.
Try using SetItemStyle when you initialise the grid.
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Note:The style change only governs the behavior of the cell and what happens when the user clicks on the cell.

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Method SetItemStyle
 
This method will set the editing style of a single cell. The styles that are available are as shown below.
   
    0 - Decide at run time
    1 - Check Boxes
    2 - Option Buttons
    3 - Switchable Icons
    4 - Ellipses Buttons
    5 - Pick Buttons   
    6 - Strings   
    7 - AngleUnits   
    8 - Integers   
    9 - Units      
   10 - UpperCase   
   11 - LowerCase   
   12 - Password   
   13 - MultiLine   
   14 - Currency   
   15 - Date      
   16 - Time      
   17 - Percentage   
   18 - DropDown
   19 - ArrowHeads
   20 - Acad Colors
   21 - TextStyle List
   22 - PlotStyle Names
   23 - PlotStyle Tables
   24 - Plotter List   
   25 - Fonts      
   26 - Drive List
   27 - Layer List   
   28 - DimStyle List
   29 - ImageDrop List
   30 - AcadColor Cell
   31 - TrueColor Cell
   32 - LineWeight Cell
   33 - Linetype Cell   
   34 - Directories
   35 - Files
   36 - Strings Combo
   37 - AngleUnits Combo
   38 - Integers Combo
   39 - Units Combo   
   40 - UpperCase Combo
   41 - LowerCase Combo

Note:For the style: 3 - Switchable Icons, the last two arguements (nData1 and nData2) that must be passed in, identify the two images from the image list that are to be used.

Note:For the style: 15 - Date, the last argument (nData1) that can be passed in is the identifying date format.  0 through 9 are the allowable arguments.

Note:For the style: 16 - Time, the last argument (nData1) that can be passed in is the identifying time format.  0 through 5 are the allowable arguments.

Note:For the style: 35 - Files Cell, the last argument (sString) that can be a string identifying the file extensions to look for. If not found, "dwg;dxf" will be assumed.

Note:The style change only governs the behavior of the cell and what happens when the user clicks on the cell.

For example if you set the style 33 - Linetype Cell, the current selection for the linetype must be correctly set in the Odcl_Grid_AddString or Odcl_Grid_AddRow functions. The item may not be changed to correctly display one of the listed items.

For example if you set the style 38 - Integers Combo, all the items to be added to the drop list must be as strings. You are responcible to ensure the correct text is added. 
 
AutoLisp Syntax:
(Odcl_Grid_SetItemStyle grid2_DclForm2_Grid1 nRow [as Integer] nCol [as Integer] nStyle [as Integer] [Optional] nData1  [as Integer] [Optional] nData2  [as Integer] [Optional] sString  [as Integer])
« Last Edit: October 21, 2006, 09:17:27 PM by Kerry Brown »
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Re: Selecting and editing Grid Cell
« Reply #4 on: October 21, 2006, 09:18:46 PM »
How from a mouse pick on the cell do I retrieve the row and column number?
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Method GetCurSel
 
This method will return the current row and column indexes of the currently selected cell. If the column index is -1 and the row index is 0 or above, this indicates the entire row is selected. 
 
AutoLisp Syntax:
(Odcl_Grid_GetCurSel grid2_DclForm2_Grid1 nIndex [as Integer])

 
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Re: Selecting and editing Grid Cell
« Reply #5 on: October 21, 2006, 09:31:49 PM »
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