I observed the same bug (or similar) as David - 04/11/13 to do with not updating the % correctly.
A couple of additions would be nice:
1) Option to return the figure handle - useful in some circumstances (e.g. to force the window to the front / edit some properties.
2) To be able to embed the multiWaitbar inside a different parent object (e.g. user defined figure / panel).
With reference to my "bug" mentioned earlier regarding application deployment. The solution is to simply manually add the resource files to the list of required files during compilation.
With regards to the warnings generated by the dependency walker - I have not yet found any effects from this, and sp it can probably be ignored (i.e. I have not observed it to require any functions not found by the dependency checker).
There is a small "bug" that makes this package incompatible with the Matlab "Application compiler" app for redistributing compiled stand alone applications.
A work around is the following:
The problem lies with the image locations being hard-linked to the location of the package from the use of "fileparts". I replaced these lines with a test for "isdeployed", for example lines 424/5 of uiextras.TabPanel (iLoadIcon function) to:
this_dir = fileparts( mfilename( 'fullpath' ) );
icon_dir = fullfile( this_dir, 'Resources' );
this_dir = '.';
icon_dir = '.';
I then simply include the resource files in the list of additional files in the app.
Is it possible to add elements to grids horizontally and not vertically?
Also, using the profiler i see alot of calls to the redraw function. Cant you skip the redraw in certain cases (when the object is not visible)
Thanks a lot for this toolbox,
Using version 1.17 in matlab R2013b, I came across some display issue with CardPanel object. Axes within cards are not refreshed correctly when switching from one card to another and both drawnow or resizing the figure do not help. You may read further details and find simple test case on stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/q/25727765/684399
PS: This toolbox is extremely useful for designing appealing interfaces.