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Thread Autosize logic funny
Thu, May 11 2017 4:01 AMPermanent Link

Matthew Jones

Uli Becker wrote:

> Matthew,
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> > If I have the Auto-Height set true, then it sizes for a single line and truncates the text. If I have auto-height turned off, it auto-sizes to fit the wrapped text.
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> I just tested that here. Result: you have to set the label's autosize.width to false when using a layout stretch. Then everything works as expected.

Ah, you know that is exactly what I'm talking about. I seem to have had some sort of reversal in my brain, and height was width and width was height! Gaah!

Yes, so it is setting auto-width that is breaking it, and I still think that it is wrong. 8-)

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Matthew Jones
Thu, May 11 2017 8:32 AMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

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On 5/11/2017 4:00 AM, Matthew Jones wrote:
> Raul wrote:
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>> I'm on 2.0.6 Build 1 - i don't think there is build 9.
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> That is definitely what it is saying in Help About here.


Are you sure you're running a release version and not an earlier beta
version of 2.06.


2.06 was released just about a month ago (first release is build 1)

http://www.elevatesoft.com/blog?action=view&id=elevate_web_builder_206_released


All incident reports apply to build 1

http://www.elevatesoft.com/incident?action=addressed&category=ewb&release=2.06


Raul
Thu, May 11 2017 9:37 AMPermanent Link

Matthew Jones

Raul wrote:

> Are you sure you're running a release version and not an earlier beta version of 2.06.

Pretty sure, but I will download and update again sometime when I'm on that VM next.

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Matthew Jones
Mon, May 15 2017 2:39 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Matthew,

<< Yes, so it is setting auto-width that is breaking it, and I still think that it is wrong. 8-) >>

Trust me when I say that after spending almost two months working this all out, it is most definitely *not* wrong. Smile

If you tell a UI element/control that you want the width to be auto-sized, then that should happen *before* any stretching.  Otherwise, constraints and overflow calculations don't work properly.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
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