Sebastian - perhaps the nested panels cause the reported pixel position of the mtable to be slightly different than the jtable, causing the jtable not to be found at the expected position/size. This would not surprise me since each uipanel ads a 1-2 pixel border on each side so the more uipanels that you nest the larger the probability of a position mismatch.
Have you read "readme.txt" file in "patch" folder, where p-file you've mentioned is located?
It mostly explains why they are there.
It looks like these files are fixed versions of core matlab functions, so developers won't release source code for them. Just hope that those issues would be removed some time.
It's easy to use, however, I've been facing same problem while trying to compile this GUI into standalone application.
When attempting to compile some of your code, warnings are given relative to the P-files missing their associated M-Files.
Here is one example :
Warning: Requirements cannot analyze P-code unless the user provides a corresponding M-code along with the P-code in the
same folder. The dependencies of D:\Codes\MATLAB\GUILayout-v1p14\Patch\getpixelposition.p may not be included in the
completion because its corresponding M-code cannot be found by REQUIREMENTS.
I was wondering if there's any workaround, or if you can release the m-code. Since the main reason to write a gui is to distribute it through standalone projects. Thanks for helping in advance.
Thank you so much for this submission; I'm finding that it's very powerful and well thought out. I was wondering if someone could help me, though. I'm trying to create my own file chooser so that I'm able to add some check boxes to it. I've got that part down, but I'm not sure how to correctly create my own file filter, add callbacks to the 'Open' and 'Cancel' push buttons, and add icons to the buttons to the right of the directory selection drop down menu. I've tried setting the 'ActionPerformedCallback' property, but for some reason the callback function is only called when I click the 'Cancel' button.