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[REBOL] Re: tool for resizable windows posted

From: agem:crosswinds at: 31-May-2001 0:05

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Am 30.05.01, 22:07:47, schrieb "Ronald Gruss" <[ronald--gruss--libertysurf--fr]> zum Thema [REBOL] Re: tool for resizable windows posted:
> Hi Volker, > Don't know the purpose of your script ?? > Why don't you use > REBOL[] > faces: layout [ > button "quit" [Boo!...]] > faces/options: [resize] > faces/color: water > view/offset faces 200x100 > Answer of a Newbie trying to understand...
'cause of faces: layout [ button "quit" [Boo!...] area 320x240 ] the area keeps it's size when you change window size. I want it to take the new space. Like with rebols editor. So i examined rebols editor a bit and made a function of its resize-event-catcher. Looking at the resize-calculations, i thought maybe it could be more general. based around func [SIZE-DIFF] [ layout [ across t1: area SIZE-DIFF + 320x240 para [] my-text s1: slider SIZE-DIFF * 0x1 + 16x240 [scroll-para t1 s1] ] ] base-size is calculatet with size-diff set to 0x0, the function is recalculated on every resize-event, with size-diff being the difference to the original size. So if you extend window with 50x100, area will grow to 50x100 + 320x240 , slider to 0x100 + 16x240 . Now i discovered a problem: how to copy data from the old layout to the new best? In this example it works, because t1 does its editing in 'my-text, but if you do [t1/text: »some text«]] and resize, that change would be lost. [insert clear t1/text »some text«] should work. but is uncommon? I am thinking about some support for copying facets from old to new layout, but not sure about the best way. How? Is it needed? Opinions? -Volker