Edges and relationships

The wxEdge enumerated type specifies the type of edge or dimension of a window.

wxLeft The left edge.
wxTop The top edge.
wxRight The right edge.
wxBottom The bottom edge.
wxCentreX The x-coordinate of the centre of the window.
wxCentreY The y-coordinate of the centre of the window.

The wxRelationship enumerated type specifies the relationship that this edge or dimension has with another specified edge or dimension. Normally, the user doesn't use these directly because functions such as Below and RightOf are a convenience for using the more general Set function.

wxUnconstrained The edge or dimension is unconstrained (the default for edges.
wxAsIs The edge or dimension is to be taken from the current window position or size (the default for dimensions.
wxAbove The edge should be above another edge.
wxBelow The edge should be below another edge.
wxLeftOf The edge should be to the left of another edge.
wxRightOf The edge should be to the right of another edge.
wxSameAs The edge or dimension should be the same as another edge or dimension.
wxPercentOf The edge or dimension should be a percentage of another edge or dimension.
wxAbsolute The edge or dimension should be a given absolute value.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::wxIndividualLayoutConstraint



void wxIndividualLayoutConstraint(void)

Constructor. Not used by the end-user.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::Above



void Above(wxWindow * otherWin, int margin = 0)

Constrains this edge to be above the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the top edge of the other window.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::Absolute



void Absolute(int value)

Constrains this edge or dimension to be the given absolute value.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::AsIs



void AsIs(void)

Sets this edge or constraint to be whatever the window's value is at the moment. If either of the width and height constraints are as is, the window will not be resized, but moved instead. This is important when considering panel items which are intended to have a default size, such as a button, which may take its size from the size of the button label.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::Below



void Below(wxWindow * otherWin, int margin = 0)

Constrains this edge to be below the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the bottom edge of the other window.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::Unconstrained



void Unconstrained(void)

Sets this edge or dimension to be unconstrained, that is, dependent on other edges and dimensions from which this value can be deduced.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::LeftOf



void LeftOf(wxWindow * otherWin, int margin = 0)

Constrains this edge to be to the left of the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the left edge of the other window.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::PercentOf



void PercentOf(wxWindow * otherWin, wxEdge edge, int per)

Constrains this edge or dimension to be to a percentage of the given window, with an optional margin.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::RightOf



void RightOf(wxWindow * otherWin, int margin = 0)

Constrains this edge to be to the right of the given window, with an optional margin. Implicitly, this is relative to the right edge of the other window.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::SameAs



void SameAs(wxWindow * otherWin, wxEdge edge, int margin = 0)

Constrains this edge or dimension to be to the same as the edge of the given window, with an optional margin.



wxIndividualLayoutConstraint::Set



void Set(wxRelationship rel, wxWindow * otherWin, wxEdge otherEdge, int value = 0, int margin = 0)

Sets the properties of the constraint. Normally called by one of the convenience functions such as Above, RightOf, SameAs.

ymasuda 平成17年11月19日