Any way to set the scroll position of datatables?

I have two datatables which are splitting some data. Is there any way to make the second table scroll in sync with scrolling done on the first table, and vice versa?

Hi,

There is not anything currently in Bokeh lib rare to support programmatically scrolling the DataTable. It's possible the underlying SlickGrid JS library does support this, which means it could be possible in principal. However, even in that case I don't think it would be trivial to do (it's not super easy to get ahold of BokehJS objects outside Bokeh's own JS callbacks, and there is not yet a "startup" callback yet).

Thanks,

Bryan

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On May 15, 2019, at 12:03 PM, [email protected] wrote:

I have two datatables which are splitting some data. Is there any way to make the second table scroll in sync with scrolling done on the first table, and vice versa?

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That’s the conclusion I’ve been coming to. Thanks again Bryan.

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On Wed, May 15, 2019 at 10:53 PM Bryan Van de Ven [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

There is not anything currently in Bokeh lib rare to support programmatically scrolling the DataTable. It’s possible the underlying SlickGrid JS library does support this, which means it could be possible in principal. However, even in that case I don’t think it would be trivial to do (it’s not super easy to get ahold of BokehJS objects outside Bokeh’s own JS callbacks, and there is not yet a “startup” callback yet).

Thanks,

Bryan

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