Bright idea for window problem needed

Bob Fiering bob at
Mon Mar 18 10:25:17 EDT 2013

Hi Peter,

The combination of a setting in the user parameters and showing the scrollbar with $vertscroll works.
I hope it will suitable for the two people who has this problem.
Thanks for the additional info.


Op 18 mrt. 2013, om 13:00 heeft Peter van Rooij <petervanrooij29 at> het volgende geschreven:

Hello Bob

You should use the property $vertscroll, not $vscroll



On 18 mrt. 2013, at 12:31, Bob Fiering wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am stuck in a problem regarding my window sizes.
> My main windows are 1200 x 660. Above the main window is a separate menu window 1200 x 54.
> The main window is resizable but at a minimum 1200 x 660.
> So users can not make a window smaller than I designed it to be.
> No problem so far. With the current screen size en resolutions of laptops and desktops it fits fine. Now I have a customer where two employees have their screen zoomed in at 150% because some weird program they use.
> This means the bottom my main windows are not visible on the screen.
> I was thinking of creating a User preference for showing vertical scrollbars.
> People who has this option 'off' see the original screen without the scrollbar, others will see the window with a vertical scroll bar.
> Does anyone has a better idea? And does my thinking is correct, because when i add coding in the construct of the window for enabling and showing $vscroll it is not visible and a few pixels of the top of my window are not visible anymore.
> Hope this all make sense.
> For the record: I never uses scroll bars, so there is a lack in my knowledge about scrollbars.
> Best regards,
> Bob
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