multi-column rollout?


#1

I’m working on a rollout that’s getting mighty tall. Is it possible to split a rollout into two or more columns? Many thanks.


#2

dont you like the scrolling rollout like the render to texture dialog. its a standard feature… if you are using groups in your rollouts then set the height of the main rollout window to what u want (smaller) and u will get the scrolling rollout.


#3

In addition to my Area answer, here is an example:

(
 	global masterRollout 
 	try(destroyDialog masterRollout)catch()
 	rollout childRollout01 "First Rollout"
 	(
 		button btn_button01 "Button01" width:170
 		button btn_button02 "Button02" width:170
 		button btn_button03 "Button03" width:170
 		button btn_button04 "Button04" width:170
 		button btn_button05 "Button05" width:170
 	)
 	rollout childRollout02 "Second Rollout"
 	(
 		button btn_button01 "Button01" width:170
 		button btn_button02 "Button02" width:170
 		button btn_button03 "Button03" width:170
 		button btn_button04 "Button04" width:170
 		button btn_button05 "Button05" width:170
 		button btn_button06 "Button06" width:170
 	)	
 	rollout childRollout03 "Third Rollout"
 	(
 		spinner spn_spinner01 "Spinner01" fieldwidth:80
 		spinner spn_spinner02 "Spinner02" fieldwidth:80
 		spinner spn_spinner03 "Spinner03" fieldwidth:80
 		spinner spn_spinner04 "Spinner04" fieldwidth:80
 		spinner spn_spinner05 "Spinner05" fieldwidth:80
 		spinner spn_spinner06 "Spinner06" fieldwidth:80
 		spinner spn_spinner07 "Spinner07" fieldwidth:80
 	)	
 
 	rollout masterRollout "Master Rollout"
 	(
 		subRollout sub_rollout01 width:200 height:200	across:2 align:#left offset:[-10,0]
 		subRollout sub_rollout02 width:200 height:200	align:#right offset:[10,0]
 		on masterRollout open do
 		(
 			addSubRollout sub_rollout01 childRollout01
 			addSubRollout sub_rollout01 childRollout02 rolledup:true
 			addSubRollout sub_rollout02 childRollout03
 		)
 	)
 	createDialog masterRollout 410 210
 )


#4

Wow. More than I deserve. Many thanks, Bobo.


#5

OK, here’s something I slapped together in the Visual Editor. Interesting alternative, though for what I’m doing I think I prefer collapsible rollouts in a floater. Thanks again.


#6

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