|24 Nov 2014||GUI Layout Toolbox Layout management objects for MATLAB GUIs||David Barry||
@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.
|21 Nov 2014||App Designer Prototype environment being developed by MathWorks for building MATLAB user interfaces.||David Barry||
Still lots of work to do (hence the rating) but it's a step in the right direction.
I have submitted feedback through the tool but have not yet had a response.
|05 Nov 2014||Tree Controls for User Interfaces Provides the capability to easily create tree controls for an application or user inter||David Barry||
I recently shared our table requirements with David Sampson. I would be interested to hear which of those you will be covering in your forthcoming Java table.
|31 Oct 2014||Rotate Tick Label ROTATETICKLABEL rotates tick labels.||David Barry|
|14 Oct 2014||Tree Controls for User Interfaces Provides the capability to easily create tree controls for an application or user inter||David Barry||
Fantastic submission. I had to recently write my own code for drag/drop with checkbox trees and it was a headache to say the least. I think I'll be moving over to using this straight away. Please push the developers to get this in to the product ASAP!
If you could now just submit a similar quality submission to wrap a Java table to fix all of uitables shortfalls that would be fantastic as I can then ditch my own code for this.
|10 Oct 2014||GUI Layout Toolbox Layout management objects for MATLAB GUIs, for the new graphics system introduced in R2014b||David Barry||
It appears that you have reversed the order of children in this release compared to pre R2014b release. I have only tested it on a VBox but they are definitely in the reverse order. Shoot me down for bad practice but I have some legacy code which relies on the order so as you can imagine I am somewhat annoyed.
The following simple example demonstrates the issue. The order returned is button1, button2 in version 1 of GLT but is button2, button1 in version 2 of GLT. I assume there is a genuine reason for the reversal?
v = uiextras.VBox;
|09 Oct 2014||GUI Layout Toolbox Layout management objects for MATLAB GUIs, for the new graphics system introduced in R2014b||David Barry||
The version information included in the toolbox package reports this as being Version 1.0 rather than 2.x
|15 Mar 2014||Flappy Bird for MATLAB MATLAB replica of the viral mobile game "Flappy Bird"||David Barry||
You need a slight modification to your code if you are packaging as an app. You need to make sure that the main fuction which you package returns a figure handle so that the app removes itself from the path when you close it.
|08 Mar 2014||GUI Layout Toolbox Layout management objects for MATLAB GUIs||David Barry|
|18 Oct 2013||Sorting a Cell Array This function will sort a cell array even if it is mixed.||David Barry||
|04 Feb 2013||voltage to current converter V2I function||David Barry||
Have you honestly just submitted a function to divide two numbers?