AW: Where is the difference in resizeing stack?
Tiemo Hollmann TB
toolbook at kestner.de
Fri Jul 25 07:31:24 EDT 2008
the problem is, that my resizeable objects don't get to their "original"
minwidth and minheight (what they do, when the user resizes the stack to the
min) They "shrink" much more to a "undefined" size.
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> Betreff: Re: Where is the difference in resizeing stack?
> Hi Tiemo,
> You have a button, which sets the size of your stack to the minHeight
> and minWidth and then your resizestack handler acts as if the size of
> the stack has been set to minHeight and minWidth by the user...?
> What's the problem?
> Best regards,
> Mark Schonewille
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> On 25 jul 2008, at 13:16, Tiemo Hollmann TB wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have a resizeStack handler, where I handle resizing my objects.
> > That works
> > very fine. Now I wanted to build a button, where the user can resize
> > the
> > stack to the min size by one click, where I just set the width of
> > the stack
> > to the minwidth and height to the minheight. That works for the
> > stack, BUT
> > my resizeStack handler shrinks my objects much more, as if the user
> > would
> > have resized the window to its minwidth and minheight.
> > So where is the difference between a "user resize" and my "set the
> > width"?
> > Why does the resizeStack handler sets different result width and
> > heights to
> > the objects?
> > Thanks for any hint
> > Tiemo
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