[REBOL] Re: returning 'feel to other faces
From: info:id-net:ch at: 14-Mar-2002 23:04
My solution to use different faces in a same windows is to create boxes,
fill with a block, then the block is converted to a layout when everything
is set, and finally the pane of the box is set to be the layout.... i.e.
infocentral/pane: layout-infocentral. and then show.. With this, no problem
of overlapping, and no reaction
Everytime i want to change the content of a box, i use this sequence...
2. fill-the-block or append-the-block
3.convert-the-block-into-layout ( i.e reload-LayerLeft: func
[LayerLeft-LT: layout/size/offset Layerleft 260x235 0x0]
4. the-box/pane: LayerLeft-LT
5. show the-box
----- Original Message -----
From: "alan parman" <[reboler--programmer--net]>
Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2002 10:04 PM
Subject: [REBOL] returning 'feel to other faces
> I have a main View page, divided into four non-overlapping boxes. Each of
these boxes is given a pane with several styles in it. The main page also
has a fifth box which partially overlaps three of the other boxes, which is
not shown initially because the 'show? option is set to 'false. It, too, is
filled with a pane.
> Initially, everything displays and reacts correctly.
> I can get the fifth box/pane to show (there is a button in the first
box/pane that sets show? to 'true), and it's 'action events all work
correctly, including unshowing itself (set 'show? to 'false).
> The problem: Any part of any other face which was temporarily covered by
the fifth face, no longer reacts to the mouse. Parts of faces never covered
work as before.
> I have tried various combinations of...
> remove find face/parent-face/pane face
> insert face/parent-face/pane face
> ... borrowed from the "dragbox" example, but can't seem to reset the faces
to their original configuration.
> Anybody with any ideas?
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