Re: That pesky first item

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Martin Holmes

Posted: 02/21/2005 16:31:59

HI Sergey,

If I avoid calling Format, then I get an error when I add a table, then

start adding data inside the table cells. The error is thrown inside

TCustomRVFormattedData.RestoreSelBounds, and it's a "list index out of

bounds" error. The issue seems to be related to calling RVData.Edit on

the table cell; if the document isn't formatted, I can't call that

because it generates the error, and I don't think I can add data to a

table cell without calling Edit, can I?



Sergey Tkachenko wrote:

> When building document, you should use viewer-style methods (i.e. methods

> introduced in TRichView, not in TRichViewEdit). They can be called for

> unformatted documents after Clear.


> Which method generates the exception? I'll try to suggest an alternative



>>Hi there,


>>I'm trying to build a document in an empty TRichViewEdit, item by item,

>>reading from an XHTML DOM. This is working well except that for every

>>RVData (the main control, or any contained table cells), there's always

>>an initial empty paragraph item at the beginning, leading to an

>>unnecessary blank line. If I call Clear before starting to add new

>>items, then I get errors when adding items (because the control is

>>unformatted, presumably); if I call Clear, then Format, I get that pesky

>>item back again! If I delete the first item after building the document,

>>to get rid of the blank line, then the "real" first paragraph style

>>reverts to ParaStyles[0], which is not necessarily right.


>>I've tried everything I can think of here -- any ideas?


>>All help appreciated,





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