jppoet at gmail
Feb 1, 2012, 8:44 PM
Post #1 of 6
Right now, there is a flaw in the "area" inherited by a buttonlist --
How many themes use percentages or offsets inside buttonlists?
instead of the buttonitem inheriting the <buttonarea>, it inherits the
"full" <area>. Inside the buttonlist, if you specify an absolute
value for the button's width, this does not cause any problems.
However, if you use percentages or offset, then it causes a problem,
and must be compensated for.
For example, if I have
<buttonarea>25, 0, -25, 100%</buttonarea>
Then inside the buttonitem's states, I must do
<area>0, 0, -50, 60</area>
to compensate for the buttonarea being 50 smaller than the full area.
I can fix this flaw in the MythUI code, however it would break any
themes which use percentages/offsets, and have "compensated" for the
area being wrong.
I would like to hear opinions on whether this flaw should be fixed, or
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
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