Enlarging Stack selection offer elastic unfolding resistance

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liveme
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Enlarging Stack selection offer elastic unfolding resistance

Post by liveme » Sat Feb 20, 2021 12:00 am

Hi,

Indy 9.6.1 - Linux Zorin 15.

For some reason, the Stack window - when trying to select a saved stack on your HD. can not be extended easely
first It does opens but as a horizontal narrow shape like, showing just 1 folder more or less...
its height is to small little showing one single line of all your available folders..
After pulling down - meanwhile it offers some "unwanted folding behavior", as if something was resisting in the background so that its folding instead...

this makes it a bit difficult to select the prefered folder.
IOne have to clic and pull several time down (from the low corner) to have it grow little by little to a larger size, its not a straight process... :x

Does this happens to anyone else ?
LIVECODE STACK does not maximize.png
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Thanks for any suggestions :
:idea: :!:
Terii

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Re: Enlarging Stack selection offer elastic unfolding resistance

Post by richmond62 » Sat Feb 20, 2021 9:01 am

Try this sort of thing in the stack script:

Code: Select all

on openStack
set the width of me to 200
set the height of me to 200
end openStack

liveme
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Re: Enlarging Stack selection offer elastic unfolding resistance

Post by liveme » Sun Feb 21, 2021 12:00 am

Thanks, i ll test that next...

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