Highlighting a table row can be simulated by overlaying the row with a widget but is there a way to simulate highlighting an arbitrary number of rows?
Hi Jeff, I'm attaching an example, let me know if that's what you want to do.
Thank you for example but it was not exactly what I was looking for.
Clearly, this example you supplied can highlight an arbitrary number of rows by the user depressing a button located in the row. Let's say a prototype allows a user to search for first names in a table of employees, Can the prototype be implemented to highlight all the rows in the table with the given first name without the user having to look at each row individually and pressing a corresponding button in the row?
Here's another example trying to reproduce the same scenario you suggested. You can automatically trigger any event inside a row (without explicit interaction) with an 'On Variable Change' trigger. Check the example and let us know if it works for you.
That is so cool. Thank you. I had figured out a way to do it with data grids using the On Data Change Trigger. To activate the trigger, I use set element action, setting a master (or filtered master) to a grid. I did notice that the On Load Page cycles create a trigger for every row in a grid but that also work with data tables, Wow! I was thrown by the fact the the On Data Change Trigger can not be used with a Data Table. For some reason I never checked to see if it worked with a data table row.
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