Ruby FX problem

How can i build scroll bar in my GUI project??? How to use the
FXScrollWindow???

Cool W. wrote:

How can i build scroll bar in my GUI project??? How to use the
FXScrollWindow???

There is an example that comes with FXRuby that might help you:
examples/mdi.rb.

If that doesn’t answer your question, come on back and ask it here;
there’s plenty of folks around who can help.

There’s also the fxruby users list. See http://www.fxruby.org to find
out how to subscribe.

Joel VanderWerf wrote:

Cool W. wrote:

How can i build scroll bar in my GUI project??? How to use the
FXScrollWindow???

There is an example that comes with FXRuby that might help you:
examples/mdi.rb.

If that doesn’t answer your question, come on back and ask it here;
there’s plenty of folks around who can help.

There’s also the fxruby users list. See http://www.fxruby.org to find
out how to subscribe.

Ya, i can find the example, thanks for example. But there more
complex… Any simple example for me???

Cool W. wrote:

There’s also the fxruby users list. See http://www.fxruby.org to find
out how to subscribe.

Ya, i can find the example, thanks for example. But there more
complex… Any simple example for me???

Sure, this one is about as simple as I can make it:

require ‘fox16’

include Fox

class ScrollWindow < FXMainWindow
def initialize(*args)
super

 scroll_window = FXScrollWindow.new(self, 

LAYOUT_FILL_X|LAYOUT_FILL_Y)
matrix = FXMatrix.new(scroll_window, 2, MATRIX_BY_COLUMNS)
100.times do |i|
FXLabel.new(matrix, “foo”)
FXLabel.new(matrix, “bar”)
end
end

def create
super
show
end
end

class ScrollApp < FXApp
def initialize
super(“Scroll”, “TEST”)
ScrollWindow.new(self, “Scroll”)
end
end

app = ScrollApp.new
app.create
app.run

Joel VanderWerf wrote:

Cool W. wrote:

There’s also the fxruby users list. See http://www.fxruby.org to find
out how to subscribe.

Ya, i can find the example, thanks for example. But there more
complex… Any simple example for me???

Sure, this one is about as simple as I can make it:

Ya. I can run and work ur coding. This more easier for me, hehe… Thank
you very much…

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