For BeedleGuis

Posted on 1999-07-09
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I noticed this in one of your comments on another question

"I agree with s_lavie, the only problem I've had with MSFlexGrid is capturing a header_click to allow the user to sort. "

I actually have the code to do this. If you want it post a
message for JustinB...some points would be nice to :)

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ok . .I'll post a For JustinB, but only for 20 points as I am low on points, and already implemented Sheridan grids in place of the flexgrids

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it's posted

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