[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-15 Thread Gareth Murfin
OK my last post on this, I got it all working and then Toolbar.setOnTopSideMenu(false); did start working... so no idea what was going wrong to be honest, but thankfully my sidemenu is now perfect.. PHEW On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 6:34:11 AM UTC+8, Gareth Murfin wrote: > > OK ive

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-15 Thread Gareth Murfin
OK ive given up on trying to use: Toolbar.setOnTopSideMenu(false); My conclusion is that it has bugs, one of which being the menu will take over the screen on second use (making it useless). Things work OK without it (after days of hair tearing, and im already going bald :) )... ironically I

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-15 Thread Gareth Murfin
given up on trying to make my own topbar, my new question is simply, why does nothing appear when I add to the built in one.. this adds absolutely nothing somehow!! tb.add(BorderLayout.NORTH,new Button("HELLO")); tb.add(BorderLayout.EAST,new Label("HELLO"));

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-15 Thread Gareth Murfin
please see video here at 25 secs, first open works, second open takes over screen, this is when i use tb.setHidden(true); why? On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 5:14:09 AM UTC+8, Gareth Murfin wrote: > > And failing that i just want to hide the topbar thing, which works until > you open the

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-15 Thread Gareth Murfin
And failing that i just want to hide the topbar thing, which works until you open the side menu a second time, and then it takes over the whole screen and you cant get out... any ideas why that is? I think this side menu stuff is the hardest thing about cn1, same with my previous projects,

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-15 Thread Gareth Murfin
thanks Shai, was unable to get it working unfortunately, but ive managed to salvage a project where it does work and start my project again using that, theres some mystery in there I dont understand. One thing I go know is that if you call tb.setHidden(true); then when the side menu comes out

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-14 Thread Shai Almog
I would suggest styling the side menu UIID's to have no padding/margin. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "CodenameOne Discussions" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-14 Thread Gareth Murfin
OK this seems to work even thought it uses a depreciated method (is there anything better than setPrefferedHeight?), BUT still the form in the background does not move along X, why is that? Toolbar tb = f.getToolbar(); int height=Display.getInstance().getDisplayHeight()/8;

[codenameone-discussions] Re: Add container to side menu (and have it fit properly)

2019-01-14 Thread Gareth Murfin
So I started a fresh project to test this out, completely fresh, the only code I use is Toolbar tb = f.getToolbar(); Container IncludeSideBar = (Container) createContainer(r, "SIDEA"); tb.addComponentToSideMenu(IncludeSideBar); still 2 issues, 1-when menu comes out it does