An easy of making sure that a listview - that is used in a listen-to construction - visually selects its first list element on the loading of the page. Making sure that users of the application immediately get the correct feedback with regards to which element is selected in a MasterDetail page.
Widgets4 stars, based on 8 votes
Pim van der Noll
5/5starsnice! but should be default in the platform imo :)
Willem van Zantvoort
5/5starsGreat stuff! Agree with Pim
3/5starsWhen i place the widget below a listview and set its name in this widget's config screen, the page on loading shows this error with IE:
No constructor found for widget ListenListviewSetter.widget.ListenListviewSetter
And with Chrome, it does not highlight any row although that error doesnt appear.
William van den Elzen
5/5starsNice app, increasing visibility, with 1 "undocumented feature" though:
When a non-first list-item is selected, using browser backward and forward functionality results in the selected item still being selected, but also the first item showing as selected. In both IE and Chrome (Other browsers not tested).
2/5starsNice widget, but unfortunately doesn't work well together with other widgets in IE11.
4/5starsNice widget but this should be an option in the listview already.
quang nhat tran
5/5starsWorks great, thanks! too bad this still isnt in the default platform tho.