ListBox_NoIntegralHeight

Started by Fred Tomke, March 30, 2010, 10:31:20 PM

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Fred Tomke

Hello,

I understood this property this way: if this property is set to true, the height of the control is changed this way that only whole texts are visible; you cannot see the upper half of the last visible line if it doesn't match completely inthe visible area.

I have the feeling that the current behaviour of Runtime and Studio is inverse: if this property is set, the control's height remains as designed and I see the "upper half" of the last visible list item.

I hope I explained well.

Fred
Fred Tomke
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Landespflege

[ landscaper - landscape developer - digital landscape and urban design]

owenwengerd

You have it backward: if the property is set, the control size remains fixed and partial lines are displayed. If the property is not set, then the control size changes to avoid partial lines.

Fred Tomke

Ok, thanks, then I should correct this in the German help.

Fred
Fred Tomke
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Landespflege

[ landscaper - landscape developer - digital landscape and urban design]