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Re: widget_table

reardonb@my-deja.com wrote:

> I find it hard to believe that no one as been in my situation.

I've been in your shoes.  I tried to write a widget wrapper for the CONVOL
function.  I had hoped to permit the user to define the kernal (and other
parameters) on the fly.  The only thing that flew was me off the edge.  I
resorted to predefining about 10 kernals of various character and size and
allowing the user to select one.  So much for exploratory data analysis!

> What is the best way to go about doing this if widget_table is not to be
> used?

Perhaps you could nest the widgets such that ,after the user selects the
number of parameters in Test_Params, a second widget is realized with the
correct number of editable fields for each parameter.  Each parameter could
then be assigned a name field, min field, max field, etc. using a series of
CW_Field (or better yet FSC_InputField.)


Ben Tupper

Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science