Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Re: How to hide North of DockLayoutPanel?

If you want to animate, you have to resize the north panel to 0, rather than remove it (you can remove the widget at the end of the animation though, but adding back a widget isn't that easy after you added the center panel, better make it invisible with setWidgetHidden):

   dock.setWidgetSize(inputPanel, 0);

On Tuesday, February 26, 2013 11:46:51 AM UTC+1, membersound wrote:
Oh and not to forget: I also want to animate this.

Atm I'm just passing the widget that is inside the <g:north> tag to be removed from the dock, like:

//      dock.remove(inputPanel);

Anyhow none of these shows an animation, so probably I'm doing things wrong?
Further, how can I force the rest of the page take the free space up if I clear this particular dock element?

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