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Hide Responses in view.

Posted on 2003-11-18
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I have a view with parent and response documents. Right now when
the view is opened all the twisties are expanded. I dont want them all
expanded I just want all the parent documents and when the twistie is clicked
the responses show.
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Question by:marefin
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There is a view ption to open expanded.  Turn it off.  Also, set the option to always open to first document in view.  Otherwise, it will attempttolocate the document the user was previously highlighting, and if it is a response, that will cause an expansion.
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You can also change the outline that opens the view, so that it executes a series of commands, instead of just referencing the view.  [OpenView] followed by [ViewCollapseAll] shoudl do it.
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