The SplitLayoutPanel is inside a DockLayoutPanel (in the center). I
can see the DockLayoutPanel->onResize() calling SplitLayoutPanel-
>onResize(). However, it isn't calling the onResize() I added with
addHandler(). I assume addHandler() has no effect since
SplitLayoutPanel implements ResizeRequired. So, now I am figuring out
how to get a hold of SplitLayoutPanel's onResize() to override.
I've created a derived panel, called MySplitLayoutPanel. Currently
trying to figure out how to make this work with uibinder.
On Dec 28, 1:16 am, Ashwin Desikan <ashwin.desi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> All layout panels implement the onResize method. So you don't Have to extend the widget unless you are doing a custom Splitlayout panel.
> Do you use the Splitlayout panel inside other panels? Also, i trust you are using rootlayout panel instead of rootpanel in the onModule method of your entrypoint
> Since, I can't Access the entire thread over email I am assuming you are having Splitlayout panel inside another layout like a htmlpanel etc and expect it to resize on the change of view dimensions?
> If thats the case on way to fire the onResize automatically is to use a place the splitlayoutpanel inside a ResizeLayoutPanel or for that matter any layout panels
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Dec 28, 2011, at 1:08 PM, Mike Dee <mdichiapp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Played around with this a little more and came to a few conclusions.
> > I am guessing that adding a ResizeHandler to SplitLayoutPanel has no
> > effect because SplitLayoutPanel already implements onResize() - due to
> > its implementing RequiresResize. I can see SplitLayoutPanel's
> > onResize() being called by stepping through the code. The
> > ResizeHandler I added is no where to be found.
> > That leaves the option of deriving my own subclass of SplitLayoutPanel
> > and then overriding onResize(). Easy enough EXCEPT how does one get
> > such a class to work with uibinder?
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