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August 17, 2008

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jim

Thx for your tutorial. I just needed a Custom Scrollable Table in JavaFX. I'll try it

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I would like somebody to set up a script or something that will allow
me to match records in microsoft excel. As it is now, I can only use
the find feature (which finds records one by one), which is not
comprehensive enough for me. What I need is to be able to find ALL
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example, if I search for "1234", I would like all cels that contain
"1234" to appear (even if the cel is "CT1234", "G1234GG", etc.)

Jim Weaver

"Good example of a JavaFX table that doesn't use Swing. Do you have updated TableNode.fx code that will compile successfully with JavaFX 1.2?"

Dennis,

I haven't updated it for 1.2, but have you seen the table control in JFXtras (http://jfxtras.org)? The SpeedReaderFX app uses it if you'd like to try it out: http://jfx.me/speedreaderfx.html

Thanks,
Jim Weaver

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