[ANN] MobGUI with iOS7 palette

Roger Eller roger.e.eller at sealedair.com
Sun Dec 22 09:50:09 EST 2013


Could you perhaps have a + button to add user-defined sizes to the
standards, which would persist for future use?
 On Dec 22, 2013 3:36 AM, "John Craig" <john at splash21.com> wrote:

> Thanks, Roger - you're right - that makes more sense.  I suppose that if a
> stack is resized to dimensions that the slider doesn't have a record of, it
> can adjust to the closest value that it has.
>
>
> On 21/12/2013 22:31, Roger Eller wrote:
>
>> Not exactly. I'm ok with the way it works now, but if I manually enter a
>> width or height into the fields, I would expect the slider to move to the
>> correct location as well.
>>
>> I opened an existing stack which is 1280 x 800 (wide orientation by
>> default), then opened MobGUI.  It read my stack size, but it didn't
>> auto-check Landscape, nor did it move the resize slider to an appropriate
>> position like I would expect it to.  I only expect this because it read my
>> stack name and size, so why not also read and show the rest?
>>
>> ~Roger
>>
>> On Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 5:17 PM, John Craig <john at splash21.com> wrote:
>>
>>  New docs are in the works, but here's how the resize controls operate at
>>> the moment...
>>>
>>> The 'Landscape' checkbox is only there as part of the slider resizing
>>> function;
>>> The slider has a list of portrait sizes that it steps through as you drag
>>> the button.  If you want to switch to landscape, then the 'Landscape'
>>> checkbox is there to tell the slider to transpose the widths and heights.
>>>
>>> I'm thinking that what you might be after is a button that just swaps the
>>> stack width and height, switching between portrait and landscape -
>>> separate
>>> from the slider functionality?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 21/12/2013 20:43, Roger Eller wrote:
>>>
>>>  Aha moment!  Only when the slider is left in its default (smallest)
>>>> position, and larger dimensions are typed into the fields, then press
>>>> Enter
>>>> on the keyboard.  The slider doesn't adjust to acknowledge the manual
>>>> change, so it reverts to small size when landscape is toggled.
>>>>
>>>> ~Roger
>>>>
>>>> On Dec 21, 2013 2:53 PM, "Roger Eller" wrote:
>>>>
>>>>  It's all about the details.
>>>>>
>>>>> The size reverts only if the "Slider resizes" is also checked.  I made
>>>>> a
>>>>>
>>>>>  screen recording if you are not able to reproduce.
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