Um, I think you just need to think about this a little differently. It's a percent value, so by definition it can only be 0-100.
If you want a child component to be half the width of it's parent container, then you set the child component's width to be 50%... just like you would do in HTML. If that's not making sense, post some sample code and perhaps I or someone else can show you how to restructure it to use percent widths/heights. Sunil --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, - - <sailorse...@...> wrote: > > Using the percentWidth and percentHeight, how can I use values other than > 0-100 ? > Can I use the width of a component divided by two??? > "testlayout.width/2" > How can I accomplish this? > > Thanks. > > -David