GeUserArea GetMinSize can't scale down

  • On 02/11/2017 at 11:07, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Hello, I'm facing to a weird problem where I can't scale down my GeUserArea but I can scale up.

    Here is my code which is very basic

    def Sized(self, w, h) :
        print "SIZED| w:{} - h:{}".format(w, h)
        self._w = w
        self._h = h
    def GetMinSize(self) :
        print "GETMINSIZE| w:{} - h:{}".format(self._w, self._h)
        return self._w, self._h

    My final goal is to dynamicly limit the min width size but can still be dynamic.

    Thanks in advance

  • On 02/11/2017 at 12:01, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Well, every time you size your userarea Sized is called, which sets self._w and self._h to the current size.
    While your GetMinSize returns these exact values. So, you cannot go less than your current size, since that's what you return as the minimal size. As a result, you can only resize larger.

    Your GetMinSize should return the actual minimal values and not the self._w, self._h which have been set by the Sized function.

  • On 02/11/2017 at 13:08, xxxxxxxx wrote:

    Hoooo ok pretty stupid from me. Thanks solved.

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