[ALLY] How to change stylesheets on-the-fly ?
[1/5] from: etienne:alaurent:free at: 25-Apr-2001 0:41
Hi, Can anyone explain me how to change a stylesheet on-the-fly ? Thanks. Etienne
[2/5] from: carl:rebol at: 25-Apr-2001 9:38
Guess the question is where on-the-fly? 1. You can have as many stylesheets as you want. 2. Layouts can use multiple stylesheets. 3. And finally, stylesheets are just blocks of: name face So you can use any series function to modify the stylesheet to insert or remove styles. -Carl
[3/5] from: etienne:alaurent:free at: 27-Apr-2001 2:30
Hi, Carl, What I wanted to say is this : 1. I define new stylesheets with stylize : my-skin1: stylize [ button1: ... button2: ... ... ] my-skin2: stylize [ button1: ... button2: ... ... ] button1 and button2 in my-skin1 are different from my-skin2. 2. Now I define a layout : my-layout: layout [ styles my-skin1 text "This is an example" button1 "ok" [...] button2 "cancel" [...] button "new style" [change-style my-skin2] ] view my-layout 3. When I click "new style", I want to change my-skin1 to my-skin2 with the change-style function and see the new appearance for "my-layout". how can I write the "change-style" function to perform this action ? Le mer, 25 avr 2001, vous avez écrit :
[4/5] from: gjones05:mail:orion at: 4-May-2001 8:27
From: "Etienne ALAURENT"
> Hi, Carl, > What I wanted to say is this :
<<quoted lines omitted: 20>>> view my-layout > 3. When I click "new style", I want to change my-skin1 to my-skin2 with
> "change-style" function and see the new appearance for "my-layout". > > how can I write the "change-style" function to perform this action ?
<snip size="huge"> I'm just getting caught up on the lists after being out of town. It looks as though there was no answer to this great question. Do you get it figured out? I am curious about it also. Thanks. --Scott Jones
[5/5] from: arolls:bigpond:au at: 5-May-2001 1:04
Check out Volker Nitsch's insert-face3.r script of 10-Apr-2001 in Ally mail list. I have an English-only version if you are interested. Anton.
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