Expanding a Button in a GridSizer vertically

Hi there,

when adding a Button to a GridSizer cell, i can expand it with the
EXPAND flag horizontally. But how can i expand it vertically, so that it
will fill the whole cell?

Thank you,

Simon

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Am 27.09.2011 17:47, schrieb Simon Szustkowski:

Hi there,

Hi Simon,

when adding a Button to a GridSizer cell, i can expand it with the
EXPAND flag horizontally. But how can i expand it vertically, so
that it will fill the whole cell?

Although I didn’t use GridSizer yet, I suspect you’are looking for the
:proportion option. Have a look at
http://wxruby.rubyforge.org/doc/sizer.html , especially on the section
“Controlling the space given to Sizer elements”.

Thank you,

Simon

Vale,
Marvin

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Hi,

thanks for your help. But i think this is not what i am searching for.
The :proportion option is controlling the size of each cell, but not how
to expand a widget in this cell to the borders of the cell. The EXPAND
flag expands the buttons horizontally, but i need them to expand
vertically as well. When playing around with the :proportion flag, i
only change the space between the buttons, but not resizing them at all,
if you know what i mean…

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