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Is there any way to present data in something like treeview control?

I was trying to make many combobox controls which show and hide, but it isn't a user friendly way.

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There is no control available that does that.

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For neatness:

You could use a Table component that has buttons, etc in its rows.

The table can then dynamically grow and shrink according to the button events or other events



It just involves a bit of scripting.



Looks at the Adobe resources online & google for ways to dynamically make a table grow and shrink.



That could help with the user friendly part of it!