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[REBOL] Re: tool for resizable windows posted

From: agem:crosswinds at: 30-May-2001 20:02

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Am 30.05.01, 17:41:40, schrieb "Petr Krenzelok" <[petr--krenzelok--trz--cz]> zum Thema [REBOL] Re: tool for resizable windows posted:
> ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Volker Nitsch" <[agem--crosswinds--net]> > To: <[Rebol-list--rebol--com]> > Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 5:42 PM > Subject: [REBOL] tool for resizable windows posted > > > > > Volker - it is nice, however I dare to comment :-)
allways worthwhile reading you ;-)
> - scrollbar should appear automatically once stuff doesn't fit the
> Or there should be settable option for automatic/manual appearance of > scrollbars. The best behavior of scrollbars so far is imo in SWIS
> system ...
its modular! *proud* Scrolling is the job of scroll-face / scroll-pane. 'View-resizable layouts fresh on resize, so they resize automatic. see rebshet on reb://Volker to test it.
> - you can't lower window size upon your will - there is some strange
> (is it settable?) ...
its set to the initial size of the layout, with [fresh-layout 0x0]. If you make window smaller, 'size-diff can get negativ, and face-sizez too then. One could i found it funny and smart: if you make the window to small in x or y, it is set to min-size in that dimension. So it fits exactly the button-menu making window to small. :) plug it in an old script, and you get the original intended size, looking best. These lines are related: min-size: current-layout/size ... new-size: max min-size window-layout/size current-layout-box/pane: fresh-layout1 new-size - min-size Another way could be to make window smaller, but keep minimum 0x0, like new-size: window-layout/size current-layout-box/pane: fresh-layout1 new-size - max 0x0 min-size would hide core-layout then.. need and good name for option?