How do I construct a scroll bar for stack larger than screen

Andre Garzia andre at andregarzia.com
Mon Dec 7 12:01:11 EST 2009


Kresten,

even if there are controls that are not know at design time, you can group
and then add to the group as the user places buttons. Check the syntax for
the group command. :D

Cheers

On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Kresten Bjerg <Kresten.Bjerg at psy.ku.dk>wrote:

> Thanks for reply.
>
> Unfortunately I am too ignorant to understand the implication: I
> understand, that I will have to place a vertical scrollbar, outside of
> all the fields and all the buttons in the window (and as users will be
> placing buttons not yet included I cannot group those).
>
> Let me complete the picture: The stack is actually even wider: It covers
> 9 windows (3x3) 3072 pix wide, 2304 pix high (and a Palette, which hides
> the parts which lies outside the selected window-introduced when
> screensizes grew beyond the powerbook screensize.)
>
> So I guess I will need to place scrollbars in all 9 windows. If their
> reference could be to the total stack-size, I guess they should just be
> copies of each other. But how do I specify their function ?
>
> Hopefully
>
> Kresten
>
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