Drag border paged pane event

Andy Hilton andyh at totallybrilliant.com
Fri Mar 29 08:06:28 EDT 2013


Bas

I use 'On evResized' for this purpose in my shell $event method which I then call my own $eventResize methods.....

I have observers between my various subwindows so they can all send events between them and act accordingly.....

Andy


On Mar 29, 2013, at 7:12 AM, Bastiaan Olij <bastiaan at basenlily.me> wrote:

> Hey Henk,
> 
> There is no event that tells you a pane (or other object) has been
> resized which is something I really really really wish wasn't so. Having
> that event would be soooo nice (not to mention having control over the
> minimum/maximum size of the pane).
> 
> So unless you can set the edgefloats of the subwindows on your
> CalenderPane to something useful.... But i'm assuming seeing its a
> CalendarPane you like me wish to proportionally scale these objects
> which is something that requires code which is something that requires
> an event to react upon...
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Bas
> 
> On 29/03/13 9:38 PM, H.P. Noppe wrote:
>> Hejhej y'all!
>> 
>> I was experimenting with the events of paged panes. And run up a problem I can not figure out. 
>> 
>> I have a window with two panes. One (lets call it: TaskPane) has a edge float kEFposRightToolbar. The other one (CalendarPane) has kEFposClient. This last one can contain several subwindows. The TaskPane has the option dragborder set to kTrue. The thing I want is that if I resize the Taskpane using the 'border' the sub windows are also resized according to the new width of the CalenderPane.
>> 
>> The problem is that I can not find an event who is triggered after the resizing of the TaskPane. Does anyone know which event I should use? Of course there are workarounds, but I could not find not one as beautiful as dragging the border of the Taskpane.
>> 
>> Thanks in advance of all your suggestions and a happy Easter!
>> 
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