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SWT Eclipse Form vs Composite [message #615051] Wed, 07 February 2007 01:11
Doug Crawford is currently offline Doug CrawfordFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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Currently, when adding an Eclipse Form to a ViewPart an intermediate
composite named top must be created and then the Form can be added below
top. It would be nice to be able to add a Form or ScrolledForm directly
under the parent Composite without requiring the intermediate top object.

Also, there is still a bug related to Forms (145525) where the bean
hierarchy is not retained after adding a Section or ExpandableComposite
to a Form. So I was thinking about a workaround. Would a Composite
with a white background behave similarly to a Form. What essentially is
the difference between a Form and a Composite?
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