[fxruby-users] deleting children and then adding new ones
ralph at grayskies.net
Mon Dec 10 22:50:47 EST 2007
Thanks, the recalc and create worked really well. I saw the example of the
FXSwitcher widget on the website, but thought it wasn't really what I wanted
at the time. I'll give it a second look now.
On 12/10/07, Lyle Johnson <lyle at lylejohnson.name> wrote:
> On 12/10/07, Ralph Douglass <ralph at grayskies.net> wrote:
> > I'm working on the ui for a little video game. On the left in a map of
> > game's galaxy, and on the right in a panel. When a planet on the left
> > clicked on, I want the panel on the right to change to display
> > and options for that planet. When a user clicks on a fleet of ships, I
> > it to change to display information and options for the fleet.
> > Is there perhaps a better way to do this than destroying the contents of
> > frame on the right every time?
> Is the information associated with a planet always the same set of
> widgets, just with different values? If so, I'd just update the
> widgets' values whenever the user clicks on a new planet, e.g.
> planet_button.connect(SEL_COMMAND) do
> planet_name_label.text = planet.name
> planet_size_label.text = planet.size
> Now, I'm assuming that you're displaying completely different kinds of
> information when the user clicks on a fleet of ships, so you'd need to
> do something different in that case. One option would be to implement
> the right-hand side information panel as a switcher (FXSwitcher), with
> one page for "planet information", another page for "fleet
> information", etc. See the shutter.rb example for an idea of how you
> might do that.
> Hope this helps,
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