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Is there a way to disable window resize?I have created the window using the attached code..
hiOpenWindow( ?bBox list( 0:30 820:710 ) ?type "form" ?menus list( hiCreatePulldownMenu( 'fileMenu "File" list( hiCreateMenuItem( ?name 'exitTool ?itemText "Exit" ?callback "hiCloseWindow( WindowOne )" ) ) ) ) ?scroll nil ?form formCreate )
As you can see, I have calculated the size of the form and set as the bBox of the window. Is there any easy way to do this; means the window automatically set to the exact size of the form loaded in it? and get placed at the top-left corner of the window?
Thanks and Regards,Leo
What sort of form are you trying to fit the window to?
Most forms require a size when you create them, and in those cases you already know the size of the form.
If you're trying to fit a text field, have you tried the hiGetTextFieldFit() function?
In reply to markbeck:
markbeWhat sort of form are you trying to fit the window to?Most forms require a size when you create them, and in those cases you already know the size of the form.If you're trying to fit a text field, have you tried the hiGetTextFieldFit() function?
What sort of form are you trying to fit the window to?Most forms require a size when you create them, and in those cases you already know the size of the form.If you're trying to fit a text field, have you tried the hiGetTextFieldFit() function?
The form is created using hiCreateAppForm() function. It does require a size while creation and the window is auotmatically getting fit to that.
But, once the window is created, one should not be able to resize the window size using mouse by dragging at the sides. Is there a way to achieve this? I'm unable to find any properties related to the window/form to achieve this.
In reply to LeJonT:
You can use the ?minSize and ?maxSize arguments with hiCreateAppForm() to do this, but only if you then use hiDisplayForm() to display the form rather than using hiCreateWindow() to do it. I don't think it's possible when using hiCreateWindow.
If using ?minSize and ?maxSize, you'd set both to the same dimensions, and then the resulting form is not resizable.
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Andrew BeckettYou can use the ?minSize and ?maxSize arguments with hiCreateAppForm() to do this, but only if you then use hiDisplayForm() to display the form rather than using hiCreateWindow() to do it. I don't think it's possible when using hiCreateWindow.If using ?minSize and ?maxSize, you'd set both to the same dimensions, and then the resulting form is not resizable. Regards,Andrew.
In that case let me ask it this way; is there any way to resize the fields inside the window to match the window size; like in the Library Manager window in CIW? ; so that the scroll won't come..
Use the ?attachmentList argument to hiCreateAppForm. This allows you to give information about where each edge of each field is attached to in order to make the forms stretchable.
I just tried this with a form created with hiOpenWindow (I virtually never do that; I nearly always use hiDisplayForm), and it worked there too.