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Old 06 June 2007   #1
maxscript control question

hi there

is this kind of control available through maxscript:



I mean a scrollable kind of listbox that holds interface items
 
Old 06 June 2007   #2
Hi,

Unfortunately, no, there is not...
You would have to build a custom treeview/listview control using activeX or DotNet
I would be more than interested if such control would exist, or if anyone could provide any hints.
 
Old 06 June 2007   #3
Subrollouts, anyone?

rollout ro1 "Rollout" height:200
(
subrollout sro1 "sub rollout" height:180
)

rollout sro1 "sub rollout" height:200
(
button btn1 "press Me!" height:100 width:100
button btn2 "press Me!" height:100 width:100
)

createdialog ro1
AddSubRollout ro1.sro1 sro1
 
Old 06 June 2007   #4
Well subrollouts have their own titlebar...
which can use a lot of space if you have 10 rows...
But I admit it can be a workaround...
 
Old 06 June 2007   #5
thanks guys, will have to think on that =)
 
Old 06 June 2007   #6
Have a look at what Kees has done with MorphX2 here: http://www.lumonix.net/ He is using a few things to fake the setup which is what I think is happening in the Max morpher anyway.
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Old 06 June 2007   #7
The Multi/Sub-Material dialog is actually just a couple of buttons and checkboxes, etc. with some and a floating scroll bar. It cunningly reallocates the buttons, etc. to different materials in the array based on the current scroll value, hiding any controls > the number of materials. As far as I know you can't create a scroll bar in ActiveX, but I'm quite sure that it would be possible in .NET.

I hope this clarifies things a little.
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Old 06 June 2007   #8
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