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From Greg Brannon <greg.d.bran...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Help with setting Window/Frame styles
Date Sat, 22 Sep 2012 21:21:23 GMT
Never mind.  I tried the same in one of the tutorial examples, and setting the 
resizable style works as it should.  I'm doing something wrong on my own, but 
I'll figure it out.

Greg Brannon
Hughesville, MD
(443) 684-2064
On Saturday, September 22, 2012 12:18:49 PM you wrote:
> Am I setting the Frame's resizable style correctly with any of the 3
> attempts in the following code?  I suspect not, as I'm not even seeing a
> change in the handles as described in the original report for PIVOT-826.
> 
> public class View extends Frame implements Bindable
> {
>     @Override
>     public void initialize( Map<String, Object> namespace, URL location,
>             Resources resources )
>     {
>         // change the title of the frame (works fine).
>         setTitle( "My Frame Title" );
> 
>         // an attempt to set the container to a fixed size, but not working
>         getStyles().put( "resizable", false );
> 
>     } // end method initialize()
> 
>  // . . . the rest of the file
> 
> } // end class View
> 
> I tried to the same thing with the main Frame defined by the bxmlSerializer,
> but the results were the same - I still have a resizable interface.
> 
> I also tried setting resizable in the bxml file:
> 
> <view:View
>  styles = "{padding: {top: 0, left: 4, bottom: 4, right: 4},
>                 showWindowControls: false, resizable: false}"
> 
> I don't think setting showWindowControls had any effect either, so I must be
> doing something wrong.
> 
> As always, thanks for your help and patience.
> 
> Greg Brannon
> Hughesville, MD
> (443) 684-2064

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