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From Greg Brown <gkbr...@mac.com>
Subject Re: HostFrame Size - How to calculate?
Date Wed, 20 Oct 2010 11:57:15 GMT

It sounds like maybe you want your Pivot window to resize to fill the client area of the host
window but it is not currently doing that. Have you set the "maximized" property of the root
window to true?

Or maybe that's not what you are trying to do. A little more info would probably help.  :-)
 Can you share a code snippet that demonstrates the problem?


On Oct 20, 2010, at 2:30 AM, MSafiri wrote:

> Dear All,
> I am totally green in PIVOT, sorry if the question is stupid. We decided to
> replace the SWING based GUI of one of our application with a PIVOT based
> GUI. 
> I try to set the host frame size via the following lines:
> java.awt.Frame hostFrame =
> (java.awt.Frame)display.getDisplayHost().getParent();
> hostFrame.setSize(window.getPreferredWidth(), window.getPreferredHeight());
> hostFrame.setResizable(true);
> But when I launch the application, the host frame size become smaller than
> the BoxPane size. Basically it cuts the bottom and right part of the window.
> Can you let me know what is the best method to make sure that the host frame
> size is correctly set?
> I appreciate your help,
> Cheers,
> MSafiri
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