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)
I would like to associate my uiextras.Panel with a window that displays some help text. I struggle to find a way how this can be done. I guess I could add this as a child to the panel, but since all panels look differently it is difficult to come up with a homogeneous way of doing this.
The simplest would be to add a callback to the title of the panel or, perhaps more elegant, add a button with a question mark all the way to the right of the top of the panel, i.e. on the opposite side of the title text, that has a callback to the help window. Is any of this possible?