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[REBOL] AW: Re: Creating Sub-Sub-Panel

From: moeller_thorsten:gmx at: 5-Jul-2001 17:01

Hi Colin, thanks for your suggestions. The error was, i defined the sub-layout like this: sub-layout: origin 176x0 box 300x300 coal The reason of the problem was the origin part. Removing it and placing it before the subpanel definition solves it. But thanks again for your assistance Thorsten -----Ursprungliche Nachricht----- Von: [rebol-bounce--rebol--com] [mailto:[rebol-bounce--rebol--com]]Im Auftrag von [Sanghabum--aol--com] Gesendet: Donnerstag, 5. Juli 2001 15:23 An: [rebol-list--rebol--com] Betreff: [REBOL] Re: Creating Sub-Sub-Panel [moeller_thorsten--GMX--De]:
> Script Error: Invalid path value: pane > Where: func [face value][sub-layout/pane: sub-layout-error show
> Near: sub-layout/pane: sub-layout-error show sub-layout > > Any Ideas for this?
Not really, not without seeing you code.... But a couple of thoughs....Is Sub-layout a face within a layout, as in my examples.... layout [.... sub-layout: box 300x300 ...] A common mistake I make with named faces is to do something like this in my main code: mybox: "We have a problem" or mypanel: sub-panel4 or myimage: load-image %prittypic.jpg when what I mean is mybox/TEXT: "We have a problem" and mypanel/PANE: sub-panel4 and myimage/IMAGE: load-image %prittypic.jpg This has the effect of destroying the object, and so making all paths within in invalid. Post your code if these two tips don't help, --Colin.