Group Conundrum Take 2 (Ignore first post)
JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 17 23:57:45 CDT 2008
I agree with the 'can't do layer movement easily'.
Built a little test stack and got variable results when making several
moves. It could be that the program needs to use the long name, but it
still seems risky.
Since I will be working on the same kind of interface on Friday, it will be
interesting to compare solutions when we are done. I was just making notes
on this yesterday. I will be doing my design over the weekend.. nothing
fancy, but needs to work for computer novices to re-organize text files on a
On 9/17/08 9:45 PM, "Chipp Walters" <chipp at chipp.com> wrote:
> Thanks Terry and Jim,
> Turns out there's not an easy fix. I'm building a Layer management tool and
> I want to be able to manipulate layers inside groups and groups inside
> groups while maintaining the "group boundaries". Currently, Rev's IDE can't
> do this. In fact, in Rev's IDE you can't relayer controls within a group
> easily at all.
> I've figured out a way around the problem. I'll use the 'start editing
> group' command and they relayer stuff w/out having to use the
> relayerGroupedControls mode. Seems to do the trick...
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