[Gtk-sharp-list] Maximum Size?
andy at brdstudio.net
Wed Nov 23 08:39:56 EST 2011
Gtk is a flow layout by default similar to HTML and Monodevelop's gui
editor will have defaults for the AutoSize/Fill/Expand properties. I
make heavy use of the Alignment containers and remove the Fill/Expand
properties to attempt to force a size. Remember in a flow layout that
the all of a Widgets parents have an effect on the appearance of a
Widget play around but I recommend starting by putting the control you
want to size in a Alignment container and unchecking the Fill/Expand
As a fall back position if you really like the way WinForm's layout
works use a Fixed Container.
I hope this helps
On 11/23/2011 5:42 AM, TheSHEEEP wrote:
> I know that you can use the width and height request to request and minimum
> And that does seem to work.
> However, I need a way to restrict the size of an element to a maximum size,
> as some widgets I use in a custom widget always come out waaaay too big in
> MonoDevelop and width/height-request does not seem to help.
> There must be some easy way to say "NEVER become bigger than 200 width", but
> I can't find that.
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