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Re: NSScrollView/NSTableView resizing in Gorm

From: Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf
Subject: Re: NSScrollView/NSTableView resizing in Gorm
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 17:51:40 +0100

Am 05.02.2009 um 17:37 schrieb Wolfgang Lux:

Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf wrote:

I dragged a NSTableView into a window in Gorm and I want to resize it there. For some reasons only the containing NSScrollView resizes when I drag the small red anchors around, the nested NSTableView doesn't adapt its size. I tried dragging while holding down modifier keys like shift, control and so on, nothing worked.

The only way to change the NSTableView's size is to have at least two columns in it, resize the columns' width and delete the rightmost column in the end because that can't be changed in width.

I am using a SVN version of GNUstep (including Gorm) from about two days ago.

You can resize the table column's width by dragging the right border of its title view. Note that you will see a visual feedback only while reducing the column's width, but not when it grows beyond its original width.

Sorry, I cant get this to work here, neither dragging to the right nor to the left side (I double clicked the NSTableView inside the NSScrollView so that the small resizing anchors of the surrounding NSScrollView turned from red to grey, then I grabbed the right side of the column's title or top and tried to resize - after releasing the mouse nothing had changed - this did work - with visual feedback too - when there was one more column inside that NSTableView (but then again I could never resize the rightmost column))




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