thanks for this software again. Two things:
1. The last update doesn't have the example again.
2. Is it possible to position jcontrol objects to axes instead of to the window? I have an application that has three axes, the bottom one with many jcontrol objects. When a user resizes this axis or the one immediately on top, the jcontrol objects are not repositioned correctly. I think I should mention that the axes are inside a uiextras.GridFlex layout manager. I appreciate your input (or the input of any other reader).
Thank you very much for this useful and well documented Toolbox.
I'm running into a problem and I was hoping someone with more experience in this could help me:
My application uses a FlexGrid with three axes, and one of the axes (the one in the bottom) comprises several jcontrol objects. Everything works fine, and looks good, excepting when a user resize the axis containing the jcontrol objects or the axis immediately on top. The jcontrol are not repositioned where they should be. How can I call a function when the axis is being resized?
I have issues with audioplayer and jcontrol, and I was hoping someone could give me some insight.
I created a search object that pops up in a different window when the user uses a combination of keys (i.e., ctrl+f) in the main window. The main application instantiate one audioplayer, and several text labels, and the search object look into the labels for a give text.
if I run 'clear classes' after I've opened the main file and closed it without calling the search object, it doesn't report anything.
but if I open the main file, invoke the search object and close the application (even having done no operations in the search object), the 'clear classes' command reports that:
Warning: Objects of 'onCleanup' class exist. Cannot clear this
class or any of its super-classes.
Warning: The following classes still have existing instances
that cannot be cleared:
audioplayer (3 instances)
Oh, sorry. I did't see that other post.
Could it have something to do with plot properties? If a greate a plot with like:
Then the '.k' will cause all other plots in tabs, to be traced through the layer of tabs. If i use 'k' - thereby skipping the '.' - all works fine.
Yes I have seen this problem, please see my comment from 12 Nov 2013.
Plotting in a UIPanel improved the situation but didn't resolve it completely.
It maybe also related to @Stephanie's problem below 08Sep2014. I have not tried investigating that solution/work around, if you come up with a solution, please post.
Plotting with plot3 on tabs other then the first, will cause the lines in the plot, to "trace" back on tabs prior to the tab, with the plot3. It works fine if the plot3 has a TabPanel as Parent, but not if plot3 has, for instance, a HBox as parent.
Anyone else with this problem or a solution for it?