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Problem with panel layout

Hello,

using the VC 7.1 (not EhP 1!) I have modeled a popup.

The model is displayed here.

The preview looks as expected and is displayed here.

However, the actual result looks different and is displayed here. As you can see, the entire left panel is missing.

I know that the result looks correct with the EhP 1 but I cannot use it, as it is not officially available for production.

What can I do about that? Do I have to abstain from panels?

Edit: I have just tried to put both panels into a third containing panel. Unfortunately, that didn't help.

Best regards

Alexander

Edited by: Alexander Königs on Feb 25, 2009 3:02 PM

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 09:40 AM

    Hi Alexander,

    In the design board, double click your work-area (the white background of your model) and

    try changing the Layout attribute (from the configure task panel) from Vertical to Horizontal

    And see if makes any difference at Run-Time.

    Regards

    Yogev

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 12:11 PM

    Hello,

    I have figured out a workaround for this bug.

    The bug is that in a horizontal panel the first object (e.g. a form) might be missing. Therefore, do the following:

    1. Add a dummy object to the panel.

    2. Make sure that the dummy object is the first to be displayed.

    3. Compile and deploy and check that the objects that should be visible are really visible.

    4. Now, you can remove the dummy object, compile, and deploy. Everything should be fine now.

    This bug is fixed in EhP1!

    Best regards

    Alexander

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