Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Re: getOffsetHeight returns 0 although onload has been called

From what I have found is the objects need to be visable in the
Document object first.
So try this:

public static void adjustHeight(final DockLayoutPanel topPanel, final
SimplePanel bodyPanel, final DockLayoutPanel outerPanel, final boolean
Scheduler.get().scheduleDeferred(new Scheduler.ScheduledCommand()
public void execute()
// do your stuff.


let me know if this help!

On Nov 29, 10:08 am, George Agiasoglou
<George.Agiasog...@newsint.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi group,
> Consider an application which has a *DeckLayoutPanel* as a shell, and has
> two DockLayoutPanel as children, which means only one child is shown at any
> time. I am using MVP with Activities and Places, there are two places and
> each place corresponds to displaying a child.
> When the app is initialised both children are injected (by gin) and added
> to the *DeckLayoutPanel.*
> And looks like
> class MyApplication {
>  MyApplication(DockLayoutPanel child1, DockLayoutPanel child2) {
>  ...}
>  ...
> }
> Application displays child1, user changes to other place to display child2.
> Everything is displayed fine however I need to calculate an area
> using getOffsetHeight and getOffsetWidth, however both calls return 0. If
> now I change the token of the place in the url to another valid token both
> calls return actual values.
> Any ideas why this is happening?
> Thanks,
> G
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