- For each UItable, within the CellSelectionCallback, get the currently selected cell coordinates.
- Within the same callback function, use those coordinates to set the other UI tables (see link above).
How to select/highlight a cell/row in the uitable programmatically?
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Vyshakh Pv on 20 Aug 2018
I am working with 3 big XLS files, each opened in 3 uitable. When i click on a cell of any of the uitable, row with matching time from other 2 tables should be highlighted.
If the row is not visible, _ uitable_ should scroll accordingly.
So, how to programmatically highlight a row or column of a uitable?
If it is impossible, is there any other solution to the problem??
Adam Danz on 20 Aug 2018
Edited: Adam Danz on 10 May 2021
Matlab R2021a and later
Starting in Matlab r2021a you can programmatically scroll to any row, column, or specific cell in a uitable using the scroll function (see Four New App Features in MATLAB R2021a).
To highlight parts of the uitable, use uistyle (R2019b and later);
Prior to Matlab R2021a
Here's an explanation of how to programmatically select a cell from a UI table.
The workflow you'll follow for your description is this
I'm not sure if this will automatically scroll or not, though. If you get stuck, follow-up with a comment below.
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