Post by Brandon Parker on Jul 25, 2020 14:25:26 GMT -5
Carl, As long as there is an easy way to get the "drawable" width & height from the control and the drawing commands start at (0, 0) (as the first visible pixel) then I would say having the control with a border taking up some of the specified width & height should be fine.
I mean, when one creates the control one is specifying its size as depicted on the window. This is understood by everyone I'm pretty sure, but the problem with LB 4 (and previous) is that when there is a border drawn the drawing commands are not taking this into account. This causes problems for people that are not aware of what is going on.
That is my take on it ...
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