The more I work with the com.codename1.ui.table.Table and add complexities, 
the more it frustrates me.

Is there a better solution in codename1 dealing with tables that are 
renderable and feature rich?


On Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 8:05:11 AM UTC-5, 
> I can appreciate that.
> com.codename1.ui.table.Table is very useful to us as we use JTables in 
> Swing frequently.
> Our product suite is based in pure java RMI server / clients Swing GUI's 
> and many classes are ported to mobile devices.
> We have accomplished much on the Swing side, it's very cost effective not 
> to have to reinvent the wheel.
> Are there any other codename1 alternatives that provide features like 
> renderers and row highlighting inherent in Swing?
> Regards
> On Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 12:41:25 AM UTC-5, Shai Almog wrote:
>> That was a mistake. I didn't see it in the test case since there was no 
>> scrolling. I guess the fix would be to keep a single listener for the 
>> entire row and update the selected state on the component.
>> E.g. 
>> Map<Integer, ActionListener> rowListeners;
>> Then bind the listener for a specific row or create it. This solution 
>> will also need to keep the currently selected components so we can remove 
>> the selection from them. It's a bit of a hassle so it's not something I can 
>> whip up quickly right now.

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