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From Greg Brown <gkbr...@mac.com>
Subject Re: Setting a minimum (enforced) size for the Display
Date Mon, 15 Nov 2010 01:04:11 GMT
This isn't currently supported. However, you could simply set a minimum size on the host window.
For example, call setMinimumSize() on the value returned by Display#getHostWindow().

On Nov 14, 2010, at 7:01 PM, ChesStrategy wrote:

> Hi,
> I've currently using Pivot for my project, after I decided to abandon Swing.
> I prematurely apologize if this is a dumb question, since I've only recently
> started using Pivot.
> Basically, I was wondering if I could enforce a minimum size (width and
> height) for the display of my Pivot Desktop Application; that is: 
> In the event that the user resizes the Display to something smaller than the
> minimum size and height of the child Window, that the Display will remain at
> the minimum size of the enclosed child window. 
> If the user has a large monitor, and sizes the Display to anything larger,
> all the child elements and display will scale to the larger size.
> Currently, I've tried to add a ComponentListener to the Display passed in
> startup(). The componentListener has the sizeChanged() function implemented
> to call DesktopApplicationContext.sizeToFit() on the child Window. However,
> doing this causes the window to "seize" and flicker everytime the Display is
> resized by the user to a size smaller than the minimum size; thus this
> solution is not ideal.
> Any tips and advice would be appreciated; however, I personally prefer to do
> this completely programmatically in Java, and would not like to use WTKX
> (for now), unless using a WTKX source with my application is the only
> solution.
> Thanks,
> Dave
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