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From: rsaathoff:datajunction at: 12-Jun-2001 13:21

This is exactly what I needed. Thanks Sterling! Ryan ----- Original Message ----- From: <[sterling--rebol--com]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2001 12:59 PM Subject: [REBOL] Re: GUI
> Yes it does. > > For exact positioning: > > at 200x200 > button "Press Me" > > will put the button at that exact spot. > Dialect words like PAD and SPACE affect the layout i na relative way > to the items placed: PAD just adds some extra space from where the > item would naturally be layed out. SPACE changes the default spacing > between elements. > > across > button "Button 1" button "Button 2" return > button "Button 3" pad 30x10 button "Button padded" > > or > > space 0x0 > button "Buttons" button "Smashed" button "Together" > > You can also use GUIDE to mark a new point for RETURN to return to: > > button "Above Guide" guide > button "The guide" return > button "Is Here" return > button "Now" > > You were probably just asking about AT but writing your layout so that > everything just lands in the right place without speciying the screen > position every time is much cleaner and easier to change. AT has uses > but try ont to abuse it. > > Sterling > > > Hey all, > > I was reading the Beginner's Guide to VID and wondered if the dialect
provides any way to position the graphical elements, and if so, how to go about doing it.