ListView.GridLines set to true but not working.

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Hi,

 

I have just updated to Wisej 1.3.65 as one of the new features, ListView have GridLines added, is what I want.

I set the ListView.GridLines to true. However, the outcome is same, without and lines within the ListView (refer to the image attached).

I tried looking for GridLines from the documentation but it is not yet update (no such GridLines  property in ListView class in the documentation web).

Is anything related to the theme ? I have to modify the theme as well ? I use the default theme and haven’t change it.

 

Regards,

Felix CHAN

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Luca, I meant to reply to the earlier thread here about this (https://wisej.com/support/question/actually-applying-a-mixin-for-grid-less-listview)

Regarding Gridlines:

I am wondering if it would be best to have it specify Vertical, Horizontal, Both, or None?

Because I would like to be able to make use of multiple-style listviews, with either “both” (horizontal and vertical) or “none” (neither horizontal or vertical) … which as far as I know is still not possible without overriding the cell renderer.

In my modified theme “modified-Blue1a-ListViewGridLines” I set it to include both the horizontal and vertical by default, but then setting GridLines to false has no effect.  Hope this makes sense. Thanks again,

Andrew

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Yep, the docs are update at a much slower pace since every time it takes several hours to upload 7,600+ pages.

The property ListView.GridLines is a boolean that can only turn grid lines on or off. What on and off means depends on the theme. The built-in themes have vertical grid lines for the listview or no lines at all when off. You can change that with a mixin (there are couple of examples on the forum), in short this is what you need for horizontal grid lines:

 

{
“appearances”: {

“listview”: {
“inherit”: “listview”,
“components”: {
“grid-cell”: {
“states”: {
“default”: {
“styles”: {
“widthRight”: 1,
“widthBottom”: 1,
“color”: “table-column-line”
}
},
“borderNone”: {
“styles”: {
“widthRight”: 0,
“widthBottom”: 0
}
}
}
}
}
}
}
}

 

The DataGridView has a different property CellBorderStyle that is an enumeration with None, Single, SingleVertical, SingleHorizontal, etc. The meaning of each stat is define in the themes.

 

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