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    Default Changing length, width, size of domino fields

    Changing length, width, size of domino fields


    I'm having trouble with getting Ext.nd to recognize my attempts to modify the sizes of both dialog list fields and date/time fields when they render. I've been successful getting plain text fields to acknowledge my size adjustments, by adding something like width="300px" to the Style field on the HTML tab of the field properties, but neither doing that or putting something similar in the HTML Attibutes item seem to be recognized.

    Can anyone help here? Thanks!

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    Instead of
    Code:
    width="300px"
    Try:
    Code:
    width:300px;

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    With Ext as part of init function

    Code:
    var fieldNameVar = new Ext.form.TextArea({
    	id : 'FieldName',
    	emptyText: 'Please enter something',
    	disabled : false,
    	height: 23,
    	allowBlank : false,
    	width : 250,
    	applyTo: 'FieldName'
    });

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    Quote Originally Posted by dot.Scott View Post
    With Ext as part of init function

    Code:
    var fieldNameVar = new Ext.form.TextArea({
    	id : 'FieldName',
    	emptyText: 'Please enter something',
    	disabled : false,
    	height: 23,
    	allowBlank : false,
    	width : 250,
    	applyTo: 'FieldName'
    });
    Yeah, the problem is that Ext.nd automatically converts over fields that Notes generates. We don't really have access to the config parameters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jratcliff View Post
    Instead of
    Code:
    width="300px"
    Try:
    Code:
    width:300px;
    I tried your change Jack, and it had no effect on the rendered Ext.nd-ized field. I can see that the size change is acknowledge briefly when it is pre-rendered for a split second, but it shrinks back down to the 'default?' size when the rendering kicks in.

    And again, the regular text fields do acknowledge the size modifications, just not more specialized field types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Randolph View Post
    And again, the regular text fields do acknowledge the size modifications, just not more specialized field types.
    Which specialized field types do not work? I've tried this on date/time fields and dialoglist fields and it worked for me.

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    It is both date/time fields and dialoglist fields in which I have this behavior. Before the Ext re-rendering kicks in they show the size difference, then they shift down to the smaller size when the rest of the ext changes take hold.

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    positioning toolbar


    hi,

    actually we are using toolbar over a grid which comprises two buttons.when minimising the page the the portions of the toolbar is gettiing out of the page and not visible . so i need an idea to view the toolbar on reducing the size . as there is no margin-right option in style property in which way i can do it?



    code employed


    function createToolbar()
    {

    menubtnGlobalSettings = new Ext.Toolbar.Button({
    text:"Global Settings",
    minWidth:70});

    menubtnEditPort = new Ext.Toolbar.Button({
    text:"Edit",
    minWidth:70});

    toolbarInterface = new Ext.Toolbar({
    style:{
    "margin-left":"84.8%",
    "margin-top":"4%"
    },
    items:[ menubtnGlobalSettings,menubtnEditPort ]
    });

    panel.add(toolbarInterface);
    };

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    What about comboboxes?


    how can we change the width? Please!!!

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    Hmm, I was wrong. Setting width:n in the style area of a field in designer doesn't do anything for comboboxes. It works for other fields though so I'll look at our code to see what's going on there.