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From Bojan Vučinić <bojan.vuci...@ma-cad.com>
Subject Re: Form in a ScrollPane
Date Tue, 23 Nov 2010 15:23:50 GMT
Perfect! attached a pic of the GUI and the XML hierarchy down to the 
form level.

Thanks again,
Bojan


Greg Brown said the following on 23/11/2010 16:01:
> Did you try setting the column width to 1*?
>
> On Nov 23, 2010, at 9:57 AM, Bojan Vučinić wrote:
>
>> 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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