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shoa 06-26-2005 10:36 AM

Frame width
 
Hello
In my application, I need to show the content (text) in an textbox in a
panel that inside of a Frame (after I click in a button). As the content of
text is different each time, I want the size (length) of this frame can be
adjustable. that means depending on the content of text, the size of the
textbox and the frame can be long or shot so that the text can fit in.

Could you please help
Thank you
S.Hoang



Andrew Thompson 06-26-2005 11:46 AM

Re: Frame width
 
On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 22:36:01 +1200, shoa wrote:

> In my application, I need to show the content (text) in an textbox in a
> panel that inside of a Frame (after I click in a button). As the content of
> text is different each time, I want the size (length) of this frame can be
> adjustable. that means depending on the content of text, the size of the
> textbox and the frame can be long or shot so that the text can fit in.


What about if the text is longer than the screen?
Are your going to have a Frame that is inconveniently
larger than the screen?

Why not rely on the default behaviour of the TextArea to
provide it's own scrollbars as needed*?

* Though you may prefer to use someting like.

new TextArea("", 5, 40, TextArea.SCROLLBARS_VERTICAL_ONLY )

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