My main intent is just to give the impression to the user that once the page is fully loaded, it is fully loaded. i have groups and all sorts of workflows enabled from this list, it’s decently interactive so yeah the multi line input would work
I found a work around but its causing limiting me in one other area which i’ll explain in a bit…
In order to get a full list loaded with a fixed height I put my RG which is set to ‘Full List’ inside of another RG which is set to ‘Vertical scroll’.
The trick is this:
I set the ‘Vertical Scroll’ RG to have only 1 cell, and have it display practically any field converted to a list’s First Item.
If I dont send any data to that ‘Vertical Scroll’ RG then my first cell containing the ‘Full List’ wont get rendered’
I figured this out accidentally (long and boring story) BUT this is causing me an issue elsewhere.
What I’m not trying to do is load two of these mega lists on the page. One is loaded by default and the other one is hidden until revealed via a workflow.
The issue is that my two lists have several more lists within it… the way they look as they load is unappealing… SO i figure: ‘why dont i just hide them until they are fully loaded’… Great idea!
Now here is when we run into issues. I cant find a way to identify when the list is fully loaded.
And this is when i starting wondering if there was anyway to avoid my workaround