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Listboxes always floating on top of screen

Hello there

Is it possible to attach lisboxes in a way that they will always stay on top of the - visible! - part of the screen.

The user would then - while scrolling - always have the current selections in front of him.

Thanks for any suggestions

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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Listboxes always floating on top of screen

I'm afraid I misunderstood you. There is no option to 'float' the listboxes like you can with css in html pages. It is possible to keep an object always on top of other objects by putting it in a higher numbered layer.


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MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Listboxes always floating on top of screen

Yes, you can put them in the top layer. See the layer option on the layout tab of the properties screen


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Re: Listboxes always floating on top of screen

Thanks for your quick response.

Is this the properties on each listbox?

I don't mean to stack them over each other but to attach the selections/ listbox kind of to the menue bar - when scrolling down.

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Listboxes always floating on top of screen

I'm afraid I misunderstood you. There is no option to 'float' the listboxes like you can with css in html pages. It is possible to keep an object always on top of other objects by putting it in a higher numbered layer.


talk is cheap, supply exceeds demand

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Re: Listboxes always floating on top of screen

Thanks Gysbert!

wagnepat
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Re: Listboxes always floating on top of screen

@ gwassenaar,

do you know if this option already exists in Qlikview?

Thanks,

Patrick

MVP & Luminary
MVP & Luminary

Re: Listboxes always floating on top of screen

Yes, I know it does not exist. And it is also extremely unlikely it will ever exist in Qlikview.


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