GuiGridListAddRow

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Adds a row to a grid list, and optionally add simple text items with your rows. Use guiGridListSetItemText to add row headers.

Syntax

int guiGridListAddRow ( element gridList )
int guiGridListAddRow ( element gridList [, int/string itemText1, int/string itemText2, ... ] )

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Method: GuiGridList:addRow(...)

Required Arguments

  • gridList: The grid list you want to add a row to

Optional Arguments

  • itemText1: The text for the first column item in the row. Either a string or a number can be passed (use numbers for sorting purposes).
  • itemText2: The text for the second column item in the row. Either a string or a number can be passed (use numbers for sorting purposes).
  • ...: Item text for any other columns

Returns

Returns the row id if it has been created, false otherwise.

Example

This example creates a player list on the right side of the screen and fills it with the names of the connected players.

function clientsideResourceStart ()
        local playerList = guiCreateGridList ( 0.80, 0.10, 0.15, 0.60, true ) -- Create the grid list
        local column = guiGridListAddColumn( playerList, "Player", 0.85 ) -- Create a 'players' column in the list
        if ( column ) then -- If the column was successfully created
                for id, playeritem in ipairs(getElementsByType("player")) do 
                --Loop through all the players, adding them to the table
                        local row = guiGridListAddRow ( playerList )
                        guiGridListSetItemText ( playerList, row, column, getPlayerName ( playeritem ), false, false )
                end
        end
end
addEventHandler ( "onClientResourceStart", getRootElement(), clientsideResourceStart )

See Also

General functions

FROM VERSION 1.5.6 r16361 ONWARDS

Browsers

Buttons

Checkboxes

Comboboxes

Edit Fields

Gridlists

FROM VERSION 1.5.6 r16204 ONWARDS

Memos

Progressbars

Radio Buttons

Scrollbars

Scrollpanes

Static Images

Tab Panels

Tabs

Text Labels

Windows

GUI events