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    Default Answered: height of widgets in an hbox

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    I want the widgets that I add to a HBoxLayoutContainer to take all of the height available. In other container's layoutData, I would set height="1" to accomplish this. How can I do it in an hbox? I need to use an hbox, because it is the only container that I have found which can do a pack END

  2. Wrapping in a VerticalLayoutContentLayout didn't help, but setting the HBoxLayoutContainer's hBoxLayoutAlign to STRETCH did the trick

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    What happens when you put the HBLC it in a VerticalLayoutContainer with VerticalLayoutData of -1.0, 1.0 (actual width, 100% height?

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    Wrapping in a VerticalLayoutContentLayout didn't help, but setting the HBoxLayoutContainer's hBoxLayoutAlign to STRETCH did the trick

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