[XForms] Form imaging problems

Reed Riddle drriddle at qwest.net
Thu Jul 31 22:20:45 EDT 2003

Try freezing the form, then building it, filling in the data, etc, and 
then unfreeze the form when everything is loaded.  I see this 
sometimes, but that's usually before I get around to adding the 
freezing/unfreezing cycle when I do something to the form.


On Thursday, July 31, 2003, at 10:49  AM, Matthew Yaconis wrote:

> To subscribers of the xforms list
> For some reason the first time I display a form it doesn't image 
> properly.
> The attached images show what it looks like.  The window consists of
> approximately 50 forms, a main form, a scrollable form, and 40+ row 
> forms
> whos objects are added to the scrollable form which is then attached 
> to the
> main form via a form browser.
> Any suggestions or help would be much appreciated.  (The good.png image
> shows how the form should look.  The bad.png image shows how it looks 
> when
> it is first displayed.)
> <bad.png><good.png>_______________________________________________
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Dr. Reed L. Riddle
Associate Director of Whole Earth Telescope Operations
Iowa State University Department of Physics & Astronomy
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