|Re: Scrollable e4 application [message #641367 is a reply to message #640299]
||Thu, 25 November 2010 08:48
| AppleJus Mising name
Registered: July 2010
Hi,I would appreciate more help on this one...I created a RendererFactory class which extends WBWRenderer (couldn't find WBWindowRenderer, or am I missing sth?) and I don't know which method to override, or how and where to insert the ScrolledComposite... |
Thanks for any help!
|Tom Schindl wrote on Sat, 20 November 2010 03:03|
|You mean the root area should be scrollable? This is NOT done my setting|
stylebits but you'd need to wrap the whole content in a ScrolledComposite.
What you need to do is to add your custom RendererFactory which
subclasses the WBWindowRender and insert a ScrolledComposite.
Am 19.11.10 07:28, schrieb AppleJus:
> Sorry to disturb again with my newbie questions, but am really helpless..
> I would like my e4 application scrollable (the app consists of a
> trimmed window that has UI elements like sash and parts).
> Right now it is not. There is no way I can see to accomplish that in the
> e4xmi editor.
> Also, even though I can access the shell trhough
> IServiceConstants.ACTIVE_SHELL, I still don't see how to modify the
> style of that shell... (you only specify SWT.scroll when you call the
> constructor of the shell, not through methods)
> Thanks for helping me out!
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