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Can i limit the row/colume heights?

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Can i lock down the row/column heights?

If the contain exceed the heights, then it will use scroll action button.

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Pavel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Can i lock down the row/column heights?

If the contain exceed the heights, then it will use scroll action button.


Yes, via css (max-height: ...; with scroll bar - overflow: auto; ). But if you need scroll action button you must have javascript programming skills


Dear Pavel,

Can you advise one example so that i can work on it?

Thank you

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Pavel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Can i lock down the row/column heights?

If the contain exceed the heights, then it will use scroll action button.


Yes, via css (max-height: ...; with scroll bar - overflow: auto; ). But if you need scroll action button you must have javascript programming skills

andrew.chan

More than a month ago #Permalink
Can i lock down the row/column heights?

If the contain exceed the heights, then it will use scroll action button.


Yes, via css (max-height: ...; with scroll bar - overflow: auto; ). But if you need scroll action button you must have javascript programming skills


Dear Pavel,

Can you advise one example so that i can work on it?

Thank you


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