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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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Too many errors to fix without the missing include files
#include "arguments.c"
#include "typecombobox.h"
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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
Sorry, this should work.

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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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If you're using wx 3.1.5 or newer, at least under Windows this bug i had forgotten about could be the problem:
https://trac.wxwidgets.org/ticket/19170

Replace the SetSizeHints call with this:

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//sizer->SetSizeHints( this );
const wxSize size = sizer->ComputeFittingClientSize(this);
SetMinClientSize(size);
SetClientSize(size);
BTW: You can make dialogs resizable by adding the wxRESIZE_BORDER style flag.
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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
Fixed on both systems. And the GTK is still looks good.

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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax wrote: Fri Jul 23, 2021 4:04 pm If you're using wx 3.1.5 or newer, at least under Windows this bug i had forgotten about could be the problem:
https://trac.wxwidgets.org/ticket/19170
Bug should be fixed as of today.
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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
Yes, I saw it.

I'll wait for the release and get rid of the workaround.

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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
One more question in regards to this.
What would be the way to handle TAB traversal?

I'm creating a panel with the default styles, which means TAB traversals handled by default, but I need to add the moving pointer.

Maybe I should handle it myself and remove the wxTAB_TRAVERSAL when creating a wxPanel?

Or there is a better alternative?

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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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ONEEYEMAN wrote: Sat Jul 24, 2021 6:39 pm I'm creating a panel with the default styles, which means TAB traversals handled by default, but I need to add the moving pointer.
What exactly is the problem, what are you trying to achieve?
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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
Let's say I have 2 lines and my focus is on the first line combo.
When I press TAB, I want the focus move to the second line text control and the hand arrow to move down.
Same with the Shift+TAB

The first portion works (focus is moving), but the pointer is still points to the first line.

If you try it - you will see what I'm talking about.

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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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I thinks it's more universal to observe which control has focus and calculate the current line based on that. Then you could also get rid of the mouse click handler which does this at the moment.
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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
Where?
Which event should I catch in order to do that?

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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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Focus event for the text controls and combo boxes.
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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
I tried to add that handlers but it broke the key event (for up/down arrow).
I guess I will need some flag to not process focus set and set it inside the key event.

Any alternatives?

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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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If you call event.Skip in the handlers, they shouldn't interfere with anything. What else are you doing in the handler?
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Re: Layout in a scrolled window

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doublemax,
Problem is - they interfere with each other.
In the key down event handler I set the focus to the next row and call event.Skip(), otherwise the handler won't work.
But then SetFocus() handler is executed and should set a focus to the 3rd row...

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