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vasquez888
10 October 2006, 09:27 AM
Hi,

I have a few UI questions:

1) How to add a horizontal scrollbar to a multilistbox when one of the entries exceeds the width of the multilistbox

2) How to add some vertical "padding" to radio buttons. I've created radio buttons with 1 column, but I would like to add more spacing between them.

Any help appreciated. Thanks

antonv
10 October 2006, 06:14 PM
Don't think it's possible but I might be wrong...

Bobo
10 October 2006, 07:33 PM
Hi,

I have a few UI questions:

1) How to add a horizontal scrollbar to a multilistbox when one of the entries exceeds the width of the multilistbox

2) How to add some vertical "padding" to radio buttons. I've created radio buttons with 1 column, but I would like to add more spacing between them.

Any help appreciated. Thanks

1) You cannot, but you could use as alternative an ActiveX or DotNet Listview control as it has more options and does display a horizontal scrollbar when needed (and requested).

2) You can hack it using multiple single-label radiobuttons linked via the event handler logic. Like this:

rollout test "Test"
(
radiobuttons rad_set01 labels:#("One") default:1
radiobuttons rad_set02 labels:#("Two") default:0 offset:[0,20]
radiobuttons rad_set03 labels:#("Three") default:0 offset:[0,20]
button btn_checkState "Check State..."

on rad_set01 changed sel do
rad_set02.state = rad_set03.state = 0
on rad_set02 changed sel do
rad_set01.state = rad_set03.state = 0
on rad_set03 changed sel do
rad_set01.state = rad_set02.state = 0

on btn_checkState pressed do
(
case of
(
(rad_set01.state == 1) : messagebox "One Is Checked!"
(rad_set02.state == 1) : messagebox "Two Is Checked!"
(rad_set03.state == 1) : messagebox "Three Is Checked!"
)
)

)
createDialog test

vasquez888
10 October 2006, 10:26 AM
Thanks a lot Bobo!

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