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Indeterminate mode for ProgressBarRenderer?
for the ProgressBar there is the "Indeterminate mode" (https://vaadin.com/docs/-/part/framework/components/components-progressbar.html#components.progressbar.indeterminate), that changes the bar into a circle.
Is there something similiar for the ProgressBarRenderer, that allows to show progress in grid cells?
What is your use case? I presume not just displaying a spinning circle on each Grid row, though you can do that with ImageRenderer. Are there some rows that have a defined progress and some rows where it's indeterminate?
It is some kind of fallback, that would show just a spinning circle, if there is no progress data available. So basically the same use case as for the indeterminate mode of ProgressBar. :)
Ah, all right. Currently ProgressBarRenderer defaults to displaying a disabled progress bar on null data. However, you could fairly easily customize the widgetset, adding your own implementation of com.vaadin.client.renderers.ProgressBarRenderer - you'd only need to replace the setEnabled calls with appropriate setIndeterminate calls.
Ok, I will try that. Thank you very much. :)