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From Greg Brown <gkbr...@mac.com>
Subject Re: HostFrame Size - How to calculate?
Date Wed, 20 Oct 2010 17:36:31 GMT
OK. The problem is that you are not taking the host frame's insets into account. Try calling
DesktopApplicationContext#sizeToFit() with your Pivot window as the argument. That should
do what you want.

On Oct 20, 2010, at 9:18 AM, MSafiri wrote:

> 
> Dear Greg,
> 
> Here is what I tried to do:
> 
> - I have a BoxPane with the size of 200 x 200
> - I used the code example (showed in the previous mail) to set the size of
> the Host Frame
> - If I set the HostFrame size to 200 x 200, the decoration created by the OS
> (Win 7) cuts into the BoxPane. 
> 
>        final java.awt.Frame hostFrame =
> (java.awt.Frame)display.getDisplayHost().getParent();
>        hostFrame.setSize(window.getPreferredWidth()+16,
> window.getPreferredHeight()+37);
>        hostFrame.setResizable(true);
> 
> I had to add the bold numbers in order to enlarge the host frame size to
> display all controls properly. I am sure this is not the right way to do,
> but have not found anything better.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> MSafiri
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