I see this has been discussed in a few threads already.

I’m using V 2.15, and am having problems geting my table content to display cleanly.

See my plot setup:

Can I control the width of each cell? If so, how? And, is there a way yet to get a WYSIWYG preview of the table content?

I tried inserting spaces in the definition for the header cell, ( i thought i saw that as a solution somewhere) but that didn’t work.

Also, why R3 C2 not aligned properly. (I think I have only one version of java installed, as i read in another post you thought multiple versions might be responsible)

Here’s my table code:

Search Order, Search Criteria &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp , Details

01, DICOM: (0008 0015) BodyPartExamined,

02, DICOM: (008 2218) AnatomicRegionSequence, New attribute which defines SONOMED anatomic descriptions. Proposal CP-634 recommends making this tag a Type1 but this will obviously not be backward n compatable for studies that do not include this tag.

03, DICOM: (0008 1030) StudyDescription, Run Boolean search on “Contains” and X-Ref against Study Calssifier/Body Parts



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Hi Jeremy,

So far inserting spaces into header cell is the only way to control the cell width.

In your example, it seems not working because your table is not wide enough (or say, your R3 C3 has very long content). That force the browser to re-layout the table. You can add n in R3 C3 to use multiple lines, but the effect can not be previewed in editing mode yet. We are working on this.


The new table editor available from V2.22 can adjust the width of table column.


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