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Old 03 March 2003   #1
some question to UIs and layouts!

Ho,

i have a following layout



but i want this (edited in photoshop)



i tryed everything .. but it sont work =/ ..

the second is .. i want this window on the right side where also the attribute editor is and the channelbar ...

thanx

-XT
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Old 03 March 2003   #2
You'll probably have to use a columnLayout and/or rowLayout to separate things out. Something like:

Frame
..Column
....Grid
....Scroll
......Frame


Though actually I've had problems getting scroll and frame windows to figure out their size correctly once you embed them a few layers deep. Then things like aligning to the right or filling their parent control starts to get wonky.

Hope this helps,
Michael Duffy
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Old 03 March 2003   #3
well i try it .. but allways the cell where the scrolllayout is inside is verry small ;/ ... and i dont get it bigger,
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Old 03 March 2003   #4
Have you tried using a formLayout instead of the gridLayout? I've found formLayouts to be a lot more flexible, especially in terms of sizes (once I got my head around the bloody things!)
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