Once you've started working with Vizlib Writeback Table, you may want to start applying your own changes. This article shows you how to use the customization functions available in Vizlib Writeback Table.
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Rows - Default Background and Row Height
You can use the Rows settings in Appearance to set a default background table and adjust the height of each row (Figure 1).
With the Default Background setting, you can choose between Stripes or a Fixed setting, and choose the color for odd and even rows.
With Row Height can choose between the Default height, Compact height, or use Custom to set the row height you want.
Figure 1: Row Height
Global Theme Colors
You can also customize the colors and text within your writeback table by using the Global Theme Colors settings in Appearance (Figure 2). You can use the pop-out palette or an expression to choose different colors for properties, like input text, header text or displaying an edited cell. If you'd like to know more about customizing the colors in a column, please see our article on custom styling here.
Figure 2: Global Theme Colors
You can customize a column tooltip display by entering text in the Column Tooltip property in Columns (Figure 3). Once you've entered text, the column should display the message and display the information icon.
Figure 3: Custom Tooltip
Non-Branded Load Indicator
When you perform a reload operation in Vizlib Writeback Table, you'll see the Vizlib logo appear as a load indicator. If you'd rather not have the logo, select edit mode, go to Appearance > Others in the property panel and enable the Non-branded load indicator setting (Figure 4).
Figure 6: Non-Branded Load Indicator