monte at sweattechnologies.com
Mon Jun 21 23:18:35 CDT 2004
Hmm.. If this is a bug then it's on XP too. What seems to be happening is
when the object is resized larger from the top or left the scroll is set to
0 but when resized smaller from the top or left the scroll is incremeted by
the amount the group was resized and thus the objects don't appear to move.
I guess this begs the question which way do we want it to work?
>I can confirm this bug as you describe it. FWIW, I see a fair amount of
>anomalous behavior with groups in the Rev 2.2 + OS X 10.3.4 combo. I
>sometimes just try things at random until something works. Quite
>On Jun 15, 2004, at 9:56 AM, Howard Bornstein wrote:
>> Using Rev 2.2 and Mac OS X 10.3.4.
>> Create a stack. Make a field and a button. Group the field and button.
>> Select the group. Drag the handles of the group and make it bigger in
>> any direction. The group rectangle changes as you drag it, and the
>> field and button are not affected.
>> How turn on horizontal and vertical scrollbars on the group. Select
>> the group. Drag from the top to extend the border. The group border
>> raises AND the button and field go with it! Now drag the border down.
>> Only the border moves, hiding the button and field. BTW, if you resize
>> from the bottom, the objects are not affected.
>> Call me crazy, but it seems to me it shouldn't work this way. This
>> action only happens with vertical scrollbars on.
>> Same thing happens if you resize the group in the horizontal
>> direction. If you enlarge the group from the left, the object go with
>> the resize. When you move the border back to the right, the objects
>> are not affected. Again, this only occurs with horizontal scrollbars
>> turned on.
>> Can anyone else confirm this before I bugzilla it?
>> Howard Bornstein
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