[fxruby-users] Is it possible to create a pane dynamically
me at soumya.name
Tue Sep 1 08:32:12 EDT 2009
Thank you for the excellent observation!
Adding a create did the trick. Now the code is working fine.
On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 3:42 AM, Lyle Johnson<lyle at lylejohnson.name> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 6:55 AM, Soumyanath<soumyanath.c at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am new to FXRuby so excuse me for this stupid question.
> It is not a stupid question.
>> I need to enter many different data and trying to create a vertical pane
>> dynamically using response from a SQL query.
>> I want these input form to appear in my main window. Created a class
>> based on FXMainWindow.
>> --------------- Code snippet ------------
>> class DbFace < FXMainWindow
>> attr_writer \
>> def addNew
>> vPane = FXVerticalFrame.new(@hWnd)
>> dTitle = FXLabel.new(vPane, at title,nil,LAYOUT_FILL_ROW)
>> def initialize(app, pane)
>> @hWnd = pane
>> @hApp = app
>> ----------- End -----------------
>> I use this class from inside my program. As:
>> book = DbFace.new(app, @frame)
>> book.title = "Add new record"
>> The new dialog fields do not show up with this. Please tell me if I am
>> doing something wrong. Any example will be great.
> I think you're just leaving out a call to create() for the
> newly-constructed widgets. What happens if you add a call to
> vPane.create() at the end of your addNew() method?
> def addNew
> vPane = FXVerticalFrame.new(@hWnd)
> dTitle = FXLabel.new(vPane, at title,nil,LAYOUT_FILL_ROW)
> Let me know if that does the trick. For more background on this, see:
> Or, even better, buy the FXRuby book and read Chapter 7. ;)
> Hope this helps,
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