Android/mobGUI/screen sizes

Thomas McGrath III mcgrath3 at mac.com
Sat Jun 16 06:50:31 CDT 2012


Chipp,

I went to your blog and took a look at alt-button, very nice update.
One thing, In your blog under the title of the entry it states "by on June 16, 2011 in Livecode". 
Is that date off by a year intentionally or is there an error in the blog software date system?
Just curious I guess.

Nice update.

P.S. See you at the conference in NJ…


Tom


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On Jun 16, 2012, at 4:15 AM, Chipp Walters wrote:

> Yep, Richard, I agree.
> 
> After asking the mobGUI author to please share the source code with those
> of us who have purchased his libraries, and receiving a resounding, "No!",
> I decided to roll many of my own mobile controls, and created dropTools for
> some of them.
> 
> After talking with Jacque, it's clear there are too many screensizes to
> code for, so we need to create projects which dynamically resize based upon
> screensize. That's one of the reasons I chose to build my tools with the
> ability to set the sizes programmatically with no loss of quality.
> 
> One of the better ones is a configurable button with icon which can be set
> programatically, so for instance if one was trying to make a series of tile
> buttons, one for each filename and assign a different icon and color and
> highlight based on file type, it would be possible. Works with both mobile
> and desktop.
> 
> More info here: http://blog.chipp.com/category/livecode/
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