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From "Helmut Swaczinna" <swaczi...@wlp-systems.de>
Subject [Tobago] Layout problem with 1.0.12
Date Fri, 17 Aug 2007 17:18:34 GMT
Hi,

with Tobago 1.0.12 the layout of one of my popups is not calculated correct 
anymore. With 1.0.11 the
layout was correct.

Here's the (simplified) jsp code:

  <tc:page id="inputPage" width="300px" height="200px">
    <tc:panel id="inputPanel">
      <tc:button id="popupButton"
        label="Popup">
        <f:facet name="popup">
          <tc:popup id="printPopup" width="400" height="125">

            <tc:box id="box"
              label="Popup">
              <f:facet name="layout">
                <tc:gridLayout
                  rows="40px;40px;*;fixed"
                  columns="*"/>
              </f:facet>

              <tc:out rendered="false"
                value="Text 1"/>
              <tc:out rendered="true"
                value="Text 2"/>

              <tc:cell/>

              <tc:panel>
                <f:facet name="layout">
                  <tc:gridLayout
                    columns="*;*;*"/>
                </f:facet>
                <tc:button id="button1"
                  label="button1">
                  <tc:attribute name="popupClose" value="afterSubmit"/>
                </tc:button>
                <tc:button id="button2"
                  label="button2">
                  <tc:attribute name="popupClose" value="afterSubmit"/>
                </tc:button>
                <tc:button id="button3"
                  label="button3">
                  <tc:attribute name="popupClose" value="immediate"/>
                </tc:button>
              </tc:panel>
            </tc:box>
          </tc:popup>
        </f:facet>
      </tc:button>
    </tc:panel>
  </tc:page>

With 1.0.12 the box has scrollbars, with 1.0.11 not. The scrollbars aren't 
nessecary at all.
The problem with the layout comes from the two tc:out tags. One of them is 
rendered, the other not.
(Which one should be rendered comes from a property in the backing bean). My 
question is:
Must I specify for every not rendered tag in a gridLayout a layout token for 
row and column?
(Here it's the 40px token.) If I specify the 40px token only once the layout 
is broken also.

So, is there a (new) bug in the layout manager or how do I configure the 
layout manager when I have
not rendered tags?

Regards
Helmut




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