GuiGridListRemoveRow

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This allows you to delete rows that exist in grid lists.

Syntax

bool guiGridListRemoveRow ( element gridList, int rowIndex )

Required Arguments

  • gridList: The grid list you want to remove a row from
  • rowIndex: The row ID which you want to remove

Returns

Returns true if the grid list row was successfully removed, false otherwise.

Example

In this example, when the script starts, a grid list with 1 column and 2 rows, which have text assigned to them. After 3 seconds, one row is randomly deleted.

function deleteRow ()
        --Choose randomly which row to delete, output the
        --chosen row into the chat box, and delete the row
    	randomDeletion = math.random ( 1, 2 )   
		if randomDeletion == 1 then
			outputChatBox ( "Removing row A" )
			guiGridListRemoveRow ( myGridList, rowA )
		elseif randomDeletion == 2 then    
		    outputChatBox ( "Removing row B" )
			guiGridListRemoveRow ( myGridList, rowB )
		end
end


function clientsideResourceStart ()
	--Create a gridlist
    	myGridList = guiCreateGridList ( 0.30, 0.10, 0.5, 0.60, true ) 
    	--Create a column for myGridList to add rows into
        columnA = guiGridListAddColumn ( myGridList, "columnA Title", 0.25 ) 
	--Create 2 rows for ColumnA and set the text for them
        rowA = guiGridListAddRow ( myGridList )
	guiGridListSetItemText ( myGridList, rowA, columnA, "Hello", false, false )
	rowB = guiGridListAddRow ( myGridList )
	guiGridListSetItemText ( myGridList, rowB, columnA, "World!", false, false )
   	--Trigger the function to delete a row 3 seconds after the script starts
        setTimer ( deleteRow, 3000, 1 )
end
addEventHandler ( "onClientResourceStart", resourceRoot, clientsideResourceStart )

See Also

GUI functions

Browsers

Buttons

Checkboxes

Comboboxes

Edit Fields

FROM VERSION 1.5.5 r12419 ONWARDS

Gridlists

Memos

FROM VERSION 1.5.5 r12419 ONWARDS

Progressbars

Radio Buttons

Scrollbars

Scrollpanes

Static Images

Tab Panels

Tabs

Text Labels

Windows

GUI events