"graph on parent" bug
barknech at ph-cip.uni-koeln.de
Thu Apr 4 11:08:53 CEST 2002
Miller Puckette hat gesagt: // Miller Puckette wrote:
> objects are mapped so that their upper-left-hand corners are spaced the
> same, proportionally, in the parent as they are in the child patch when
> it's open. Then, the container "graph" is stretched to hold the rest.
> I'll try to document this...
I'm not sure, if the fllowing idea would be A Good Thing. But I, too, was
bitten by crammed gui objects with show-on-parent, until I discovered, that
I had to change the size of the parent graph.
My idea is now: Couldn't the parent graph automatically take at least the
size of the biggest graph in the subpatch/abstraction as default? This way
one could put all sliders and stuff on top of a my_canvas object in the
subpatch, that is scaled so that it takes up enough space.
I have absolutly no idea how hard this would be to implement, so it's not
even a feature wish, just an idea...
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