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    Grid widget

    Hello,

    here is the client-side grid widget script, which I hope might be useful for somebody:

    http://www.objecthtml.com/activeui/examples.htm

    Should work on IE5.5+ and recent Mozilla clones.
    Download size ~30K
    Open source (GPL license)
    Not released yet, no API documentation (will be soon)

    Basically the question is - does it make sense at all? What's your current experience with client-side widgets - too slow, too heavy or there is still a place for things like that?

    many thanx
    activeui

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    very nice, needed something like that myself a while ago. Build it myself, not so nice as yours, but with a sorting routine connected to the click on a columnheader.

    But yours is much easier to style than mine.

    nice work
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    Nothing doing in Firebird 0.6.1 (Mozilla 1.5a)

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    Mozilla's XUL supports an <xul:grid/> element and associated support elements...

    In K-Meleon 0.7 it initially keeps trying to do a repositioning effect of some kind. *shrug* But it stabilizes later.
    "The first step to confirming there is a bug in someone else's work is confirming there are no bugs in your own."
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    XUL-Mozilla-Linux

    The first reaction - 'XUL doesn't work in IE, so forget it..." However now when I see how to make XUL elements appear inside normal HTML - I need to rethink everything again


    Gecko on Linux - lots of small strange things when you use early versions, even though the same version works fine on Windows.

    activeui


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