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.
Hi, good Tool but i get an Error:
"Error using uiextras.MousePointerHandler/onMouseMoved
Cannot access method 'onMouseMoved' in class
Error while evaluating figure WindowButtonMotionFcn"
while I do some Figure handling in a loop one the time i hover over my GUI
I am getting the following error launching any compiled .exe Matlab app using the latest GuiLayoutToolbox:
'Size of property ''Sizes'' must match size of property ''Children''.'
It only happens in Matlab 2013b and was working fine in Matlab 2012b and earlier.
Please advise. Thanks.
@Sohil - You can only specify top and bottom TabPosition in GLT.
If you are using R2014b then you can now make use of the fully supported uitab and uitabgroup which allow you to set the TabLocation property to top, bottom, left or right.