Scrolling stack windows?
john at debraneys.com
Wed Oct 8 04:08:42 CDT 2008
Thanks for that. I think I would have to ungroup the existing top level
group then select whatever number of clones groups the user is displaying
and regroup them. Or is there a way of cloning into a group the way I can
copy into a card?
Thanks and regards
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[mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Mark
Sent: Wednesday, 8 October 2008 6:32 PM
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Subject: Re: Scrolling stack windows?
Group all objects and set the rect of this new group to the rect of
the card (you may need to make adjustemnts if you have a menubar). Set
the hScrollba, vScrollbar and the lockLoc of the group to true. Now
you have something that's very close to a scrolling window.
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On 8 okt 2008, at 03:36, John Tregea wrote:
> Hello again fellow Revolutionaries : )
> I have built an interface where users can keep on adding new layers of
> information down a stack window by clicking a button at the bottom
> of the
> bottom most layer (the button clones the last group and re-populates
> fields to suit the new context).
> Because the users frequently want to display 6 or 7 layers one below
> other they quickly run out of screen space.
> I believe there are no scrollbars that I can turn on in the stack
> like I can on a text field? I hope I am wrong? But if I am correct can
> anyone point me to examples of scrollbars being used to scroll
> groups within a window?
> John Tregea
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