wxBoxSizers in window and two embedded panels.
donnal at donnal.net
Mon Apr 21 20:40:47 CEST 2003
Igor Prischepoff wrote:
> Very strange. Panel is like window, so what the difference ?
> It's still a mistery for me.
> Any way - workaround solution is still the solution.
From the docs:
"""A panel is a window on which controls are placed. It is usually
placed within a frame. It contains minimal extra functionality over and
above its parent class wxWindow; its main purpose is to be similar in
appearance and functionality to a dialog, but with the flexibility of
having any window as a parent."""
You can add wxControls to either a wxWindow or a wxPanel, but you can't
(or at least you shouldn't) add a wxPanel to a wxWindow. Plus, when you
add wxControls to a wxPanel, you get a tab order, but if you add them to
a wxWindow there is no tab order.
> Thank for your help!
You are welcome.
Arkansas Children's Hospital
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