Observations Re: Images

Rob Cozens rcozens at pon.net
Fri Jun 21 13:15:01 CDT 2002


>For me the bottom line is, if you
>want the image to be scalable, it must reside in each stack: resizing
>a button does not resize its icon.
>-----------------
>It can, all you have to do is put this into the "onResizeStack handler":
>
>put the icon of button myButt into myPic
>   set the height of image id myPic of stack theImages to the height of
>button 1
>   set the width of image id myPic of stack theImages to the width of
>button 1

Mark & Others,

I saved this from a May post, and was happily using it this week; but 
I just encountered a further complication:

I have two icons for the same button: enabled & disabled.  Switching 
the disabled property of the button causes the image to return to its 
original size.

I guess it's back to duplicate images in substacks of the same stack 
or standardized image size...a poor second choice.
-- 

Rob Cozens
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