Borders and Icons
m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Jul 30 20:57:56 EDT 2007
Apparently, icons are drawn in front of the objects they belong to.
This surprises me a little, because, just like you, I would epxect
icons to be cut off by borders. The problem becomes even more
apparent, if one adds a shadow to the button. The icon is drawn in
front of the border and the shadow.
Perhaps this is a bug. Actually, I believe it is, but it might have a
very long history. I wonder what others have to say about this?
In the mean time, drawing a border on top of your button seems to be
your only option.
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Op 31-jul-2007, om 2:28 heeft Bridger Maxwell het volgende geschreven:
> This is a small problem, but I can't figure it out and I thought
> I would
> toss it out to all of you geniuses. I have button that I have made
> look for by setting its icon to an image. I would like to also have a
> border around it, but when the showBorder is true, the border wraps
> everywhere except where the icon touches the side of the button. For
> example, I have button that has an extremely wide image set as its
> icon so
> when the button grows more wide, the icon is big enough to
> When the border is being shown it shows on the upper and lower
> edges, but
> the portions on the right and left of the button where the icon
> extends past
> the button's rect do not have a border showing. Coincidentally,
> those are
> the only places I want the border to show up. Is there any way to
> force the
> border to show up around the entire button? Sorry to bug you guys
> with such
> a minuscule problem.
> Thank You,
> Bridger Maxwell
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