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Thread: Find text-box (by typing Ctrl+F) at the lower-right corner of a Virtual Table

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    Default Find text-box (by typing Ctrl+F) at the lower-right corner of a Virtual Table

    In our RCP application we need find functionality in our virtual table viewer but the small find text-box (by typing Ctrl+F) at the lower-right corner does not appear. Using a non virtual Table Viewer, the find text box appears.
    Please suggest a workaround so that find text-box (by typing Ctrl+F) appears at the lower-right corner of the virtual table viewer.

    Thanks in advance.


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    Default Re: Find text-box (by typing Ctrl+F) at the lower-right corner of a Virtual Table

    What does this have to do with java? Providing more precise information will greatly increase the probability of your question getting answered

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