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|Wed, Apr 6 2016 8:20 AM||Permanent Link|
|Wed, Apr 6 2016 8:23 AM||Permanent Link|
For those using the web interface, this is the content I posted:
Matthew Jones wrote:
> I'm having trouble getting TSizer to work in a way that makes sense to
> me. I am probably just not using it right, but welcome some input.
> I have a panel at the top (like a title), and a panel at the bottom
> (that I want to resize). In the middle is a panel that will take up
> all the rest of the space. The TSizer is in horizontal mode (the
> description of which says it will control the size in a horizontal
> direction, but it is of course a vertical direction when in horizontal
> mode! That's a hard one to document nicely!).
> Anyway, either I can get it to resize the bottom panel, but the
> opposite way to the mouse, or it changes from the design location and
> hugs the top panel but controls the height properly.
> In the attached project, click on the sizer and change the layoutorder
> to 2 to see the different effect (I have saved it set to 3).
> Where am I going wrong?
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|Thu, Apr 14 2016 10:00 AM||Permanent Link|
Matthew Jones wrote:
> > I'm having trouble getting TSizer to work in a way that makes sense
> > to me. I am probably just not using it right, but welcome some
> > input.
Anyone got thoughts on this? I really need a sizer for a box at the
bottom, and would rather have the standard one work properly.
|Thu, Apr 14 2016 11:13 AM||Permanent Link|
> Anyone got thoughts on this? I really need a sizer for a box at the
> bottom, and would rather have the standard one work properly.
Change your layout like this.
ALL LayoutPositions = TopLeft
All LayoutConsumptions = Bottom except Panel3 (Top)
Set the Control property of the sizer to BasicPanel2, not to BasicPanel3.
Attached a modified version of your sample project (frmSizerTest2 should
Hope that helps.
|Thu, Apr 14 2016 11:32 AM||Permanent Link|
Uli Becker wrote:
> Change your layout like this.
Perfect, thanks. So the key is that the bottom (which I then set to
stretch to the bottom right), must be seeking the top, not the bottom
as would be normal. As usual, easy when you know how.