: firstly, i don't really know ehat ur trying 2 do...but in order to male a scrolling 'list':
: 1. create a table with 2 buttons somewhere to scrool up or down.
: 2. to scroll, update the contents of the table by:
: i) check the last index (30 if thre's 30 rows (1-30))
: ii) calculate the next rows: eg. 2-31
: iii) update the table contents using a loop counter to change the
: child nodes...
: the child nodes thing is a little troublesome but it's worth it.
: also remember to make sure that the text lengths are not too long (longer that the cell width) or there's bound to be TROUBLE!!!
: post another message if u don't know bout nodes!!
I know about nodes in linked lists and about Borg communication nodes
but I don't know about them in tables
I have a temperary solution. I created several different pages to display different sections(smaller tables) of the table in a frame. Scrolling one table would be much better.
My main problem is not knowing how to update the contents of the table. I thought about using a bunch of textboxes to hold text for each record of data and using JavaScipt to update that property when the table is scrolled.