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From Bojan Vučinić <bojan.vuci...@ma-cad.com>
Subject Re: Form in a ScrollPane
Date Tue, 23 Nov 2010 14:57:19 GMT
Works like a charm. Many thanks.

If you could just tell me how to fill the width by the TableView in the 
first row, that would be great.


Greg Brown said the following on 23/11/2010 14:43:
> What type of container is the parent of the second scroll pane? Looks 
> like maybe it is a vertical box pane? Try using a TablePane with two 
> rows: the first one should have a height of -1 (the default), and the 
> second should have a height of 1*.
>
> On Nov 23, 2010, at 4:17 AM, Bojan Vučinić wrote:
>
>> Hi Greg,
>>
>> Thanks for your help.
>> The form transparency issue has been solved by setting  
>> styles="{backgroundColor:null}" on the ScrollPane, as per your 
>> instructions.
>>
>> However, the scroll bars issue is still present.
>> In one form which is closer to the top of the hierarchy (Window - 
>> TablePane - TabPane - StackPane - ScrollPane - Form) the scroll bars 
>> appear when needed (see scroll1.png).
>> But in another, where the form is a bit down the hierarchy (Window - 
>> TablePane - TabPane - BoxPane - ScrollPane - BoxPane - Form the 
>> scroll bars don't appear (see scroll2.png).
>>
>> Any idea why this is happening?
>> Best regards,
>> Bojan
>>
>>
>> Greg Brown said the following on 23/11/2010 01:05:
>>> Hi Bojan,
>>>
>>> Does the form actually exceed the size of the scroll pane? If not, 
>>> then the scroll bars would not appear. If you want scroll bars to 
>>> always appear, you can set the scroll bar policy to "always".
>>>
>>> By default, scroll panes have a white background - you can set the 
>>> background color to null to make it transparent.
>>>
>>> Hope this helps,
>>> Greg
>>>
>>> On Nov 22, 2010, at 3:04 PM, Bojan Vučinić wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>> I'm building a Pivot 2.0 application with Scala.
>>>> I've encountered the following problem:
>>>> In my bxml file I have:
>>>> > Stack Pane
>>>> >> Image
>>>> >> ScrollPane
>>>> >>> Form
>>>> if I define the ScrollPane with no attributes the form is 
>>>> transparent, the image is visible in the background (desired 
>>>> behavior), but the form is not getting the scroll bars.
>>>> If I add a preferredHeight attribute to the ScrollPane The form is 
>>>> not transparent (undesired behavior) but the scrollbars are active.
>>>>
>>>> Am I doing something wrong? I'd like to have a transparent form 
>>>> with the background image and the scroll bars when needed.
>>>> Any help is appreciated,
>>>> Bojan
>>>>
>>>>
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>>>
>> <scroll1.png><scroll2.png>
>

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