Guys, I have a bug which I can't solve at the moment. I tried various solutions, changing the sizers and lots of different ways, I still couldn't fix it. In my code, I have basically two ListBox in the same panel, one above the other. When the upper ListBox has too many elements, I have a nice scroll bar, and looks good. But When I resize my complete frame, it draws itself over the bottom one, and I can't see it anymore. And the scroll bar is even gone, so I can't even see all the elements. Here is my code: def initialize title, xml_h super(nil, -1, title) @xml_helper = xml_h global_sizer = BoxSizer.new(VERTICAL) @top_p = Panel.new(self) @bottom_p = Panel.new(self) global_sizer.add(@top_p, 3, GROW|ALL, 2) global_sizer.add(@bottom_p, 1, GROW|ALL, 2) top_sizer = BoxSizer.new(HORIZONTAL) @m_list = ListBox.new(@top_p, -1, DEFAULT_POSITION, DEFAULT_SIZE, @xml_helper.get_magicians, LB_SINGLE|LB_SORT|DOUBLE_BORDER) evt_listbox @m_list, :on_magician_pressed top_sizer.add(@m_list,1, GROW|ALL, 2) @mc = MediaCtrl.new(@top_p) evt_media_loaded @mc,:on_media_loaded top_sizer.add(@mc, 3, GROW|ALL, 2) right_sizer = GridSizer.new(2, 0, 2, 2) right_p = Panel.new(@top_p) right_p.fit right_p.set_sizer right_sizer @v_list = ListBox.new(right_p, -1, DEFAULT_POSITION, DEFAULT_SIZE, , LB_SINGLE) evt_listbox @v_list, :on_video_pressed right_sizer.add @v_list @t_list = ListBox.new(right_p, -1, DEFAULT_POSITION, DEFAULT_SIZE, , LB_SINGLE) evt_listbox @t_list, :on_trick_pressed right_sizer.add @t_list top_sizer.add(right_p, 1, ALIGN_RIGHT, 2) @top_p.sizer = top_sizer self.sizer = global_sizer show end Note that the @bottom_p isn't used, but will be later, once I have fixed that. So the problematic code lies with the right_sizer and the right_p (p for Panel) The @v_list is the upper ListBox and @t_list is the bottom one. Appreciate the help, Pierre
on 2009-04-10 09:14
on 2009-04-14 16:15
Hi Pierre Pierre P. wrote: > > Here is my code: > > def initialize title, xml_h [ ... ] I'm afraid that most people who might be able to help with this don't have time to work through a long snippet this copied straight from an application, and figure out what's going on. If you want help with code, please reduce it to a bare minimum that runs on its own, and demonstrates just the problem. Please see the guidelines here: http://wxruby.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl?MailingLists The kind of problem you describe with items overlapping is usually caused by failing to add some control to a sizer, or adding it to the wrong sizer (eg not one belonging to its parent). I would check through the controls for this. Perhaps also consider using or at least prototyping using an XRC editor like DialogBlocks for layouts, which can really help understanding sizers. Lastly I suggest also reading the Style Guide, which will help you structure and write wxRuby code in a more readable way: http://wxruby.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl?StyleGuide hth alex
on 2009-04-15 04:42
Alex, Thanks again for this reply as well. Actually, I have fixed that issue, by simplifying the behavior (not 100% what I wanted) and also changing the sizer. Thanks also for that Style Guide, it will definitely help me. Cheers!