Thans man, but do you know how can I specifically click a button in an applicatio that is not mine? like the outlook's new mail window? how do I know the name of the button (like if I want to click the send button?
In my current project, I am dealing with table with many many columns. I need to make a table with first several columns fixed. It is like the table in Excel with locked columns. Only the columns after the fixed columns can be scrolled horizontally. It seems very difficult to implement. I could not figure it out.
I am thinking to put two tables together and put them in a div. But it seems difficult to edit everything in a whole row. Because they are actually 2 rows from two tables.
Is there any link or sample code for this kind of table?
Thank you for your reply.
I am thinking put the fixed columns in a seperate datagrid and put two datagrids (or tables) together. But it seems it is quite complex to do it, especially the editing part. Is there any easier way to do this?
I have a .NET application, in the debugger the start page is set to "defailt.aspx", when I place this on the server and configure IIS to use "default.aspx" first in hte list under default document I get an error, it is a runtime error but it tells me it can not be displayed but I can se it on the server (which I can't, as explorer just crashes)
If I have an HTML document listed first under default document (and create a dummy html file and place it in the project direcrry) it works, but my project does not have an HTML file...
any idea what I am missing here?
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