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(my finger slipped. here is the end of the msg).

> I'd like the uiDesigner to be more accurate than
- Is it possible ?
- Is there a workaround?
- ? best practices ?

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Hi,

We have fixed serious problem in layout behaviour, and the fix will be
included into the next build. Couldn't you please try it, probably
everything will work properly.

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"Alain Ravet" <alain.ravet.list@wanadoo.be> wrote in message
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(my finger slipped. here is the end of the msg).

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> I'd like the uiDesigner to be more accurate than
- Is it possible ?
- Is there a workaround?
- ? best practices ?

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Alain Ravet wrote:

When positioning components, I'd like the uiDesigner to be more accurate
than this: see image below.
(absolute and relative sizes/spacings are wrong.)

left = uiDesigner, right = app @ runtime


Hi, I do not understand the purpose of your spacers in each line and
columns that contains your buttons ... is it because you want a column
larger than your button (if so, you can put your spacers in any empty
cell of the column I think). If it is to have some empty lines, are you
sure that your spacers have the good orientation ?

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Matthieu Casanova wrote:

Hi, I do not understand the purpose of your spacers in each line and
columns that contains your buttons ... is it because you want a column
larger than your button (if so, you can put your spacers in any empty
cell of the column I think).



I wanted each cell to be a square, with equal sides. I haven't checked,
with the current version, and there could be a better way. As there is
no doc nor how-to, it's still unchartered territory for me.

Alain

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