Problem with field borderwidth 2
sanke at hrz.uni-kassel.de
Tue Jan 4 06:44:44 CST 2005
On Mon, 03 Jan 2005, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote:
Wilhelm Sanke wrote:
> >>>> If you turn on the threeD property it should. What happens there
> >>>> you do it?
> >> Turning the threeD property on or off does not make a difference here.
> Works like a charm here, providing the style is also changed to "shadow".
> Anyone else not able to turn off XP rendering of a field by simply
> changing it to "shadow" and turning its threeD off?
> Richard Gaskin
My intention was to have relief-like three-dimensional vertical and
horizontal lines between the fields - as part of the visual design. This
is achieved by immediately adjacent fields with the threeD property set
This is why I then stumbled across the problem that with borderwidth 2
on WindowsXP you suddenly get transparent gaps between the fields.
Setting the shadow to true (with shadowoffset 0) does not make any
difference here. And then, when I turn the threeD property off -
irrespective of whether shadow is true or not - the transparent gap
between the immediate adjacent fields indeed vanishes and you get a
default black border around the field (unless you specify a different
color), but the intended relief-like lines between the fields are not
there - as you need threeD for that.
This is on WindowsXP Service Pack 2
Tuviah Snyder has confirmed Bugzilla 2508 in the meantime
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