Group margin

Peter T. Evensen pevensen at siboneylg.com
Fri Nov 10 13:43:04 CST 2006


I just looked and the boundingrect is empty.  I still had to use a 
leftmargin of -4 to get it to work.

At least I do have a work around (the negative leftmargine).  It seems to 
work on Mac as well.

Thanks

At 09:30 PM 11/9/2006, you wrote:
>Peter T. Evensen wrote:
>>Is there a way to adjust the group?  I have some grouped controls and I 
>>made the width of the group smaller than the width of the items and added 
>>a horizontal scroll bar.  The problem is that there is a several pixels 
>>margin on the left and right, so that the scroll bar is wider than it 
>>needs to be and when I scroll all the way to the left, the objects are 
>>several pixels too far to the right.
>>I tried adjusting the leftmargin, but that doesn't seem to have any 
>>effect.  I set it to 0, and I still have the blank space on the left.
>>Although if I set the leftmargin to -4 then it has no space on the left.
>
>Make sure the group's boundingrect is set to empty. Then open the group 
>for editing (you don't have to change anything, but you might want to 
>jiggle an object or two) and then stop editing it. It sounds like the 
>group's boundaries may be off, and doing this might force a reset of the 
>edges. I seem to remember having this same problem a few years ago and 
>that's how I fixed it.
>
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