bvlahos at mac.com
Fri Jan 29 23:50:55 CST 2010
I've found it to be a bit touchy in development but no problems at all in the compiled applications.
One thing I noticed is if you have lots of objects on the screen it makes a huge difference what layer the object is if you use relative object positions (i.e. place one object in relation with another).
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On Jan 20, 2010, at 11:27 AM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> Is anyone using the geometry manager in commercial stacks? Do you find it reliable? I confess that I haven't experimented with it much, I've always written my own resize scripts. But I'm in a position now where I need to make several large stacks with many objects into resizeable windows, and I'm wondering if using the manager would be faster than writing all that code.
> Any thoughts?
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