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WidgetVPaned Class

This class creates a horizontal movable bar that divides the window into two resizable panes. This widget should contain exactly two children. If fewer children are provided, nothing will be drawn; if more children are provided, the application may crash.

WidgetVPaned Class

This class inherits from Widget

Members


WidgetVPaned (Gui gui)

Constructor. Creates a new vertical box, which children can be resized.

Arguments

  • Gui gui - GUI, to which the new container will belong.

int getFirstSize ()

Returns the size of the first child.

Return value

Size of the first child in pixels.

int getFixed ()

Returns the number of the child with the fixed size.

Return value

Number of the child. 0 means that the size of both children is not fixed.

int getSecondSize ()

Returns the size of the second child.

Return value

Size of the second child in pixels.

int getValue ()

Returns a value specifying how child widgets will be resized.

Return value

Value in range [-32767; 32767]. -32767 means that during resize the upper child will remain fixed. 32767 means that during resize the lower child will remain fixed. 0 means that both children will be resized equally. Other values specify proportions, in which the children are resized.

void setFirstSize (int size)

Sets the size of the first child.

Arguments

  • int size - Size of the first child in pixels.

void setFixed (int f)

Sets the number of the child with the fixed size.

Arguments

  • int f - Number of the child:
    • 0 - the size of both children is not fixed.
    • 1 - the size of the first child is fixed.
    • 2 - the size of the second child is fixed.

void setSecondSize (int size)

Sets the size of the second child.

Arguments

  • int size - Size of the second child in pixels.

void setValue (int value)

Specifies how child widgets will be resized.

Arguments

  • int value - Value in range [-32767; 32767]. -32767 means that during resize the upper child will remain fixed. 32767 means that during resize the lower child will remain fixed. 0 means that both children will be resized equally. Other values specify proportions, in which the children are resized.
Last update: 2017-07-03