Up: BLOX.BPopupWindow


1.34.1 BLOX.BPopupWindow: geometry management

addChild: w
Private - The widget identified by child has been added to the receiver. This method is public not because you can call it, but because it can be useful to override it, not forgetting the call to either the superclass implementation or #basicAddChild:, to perform some initialization on the children just added. Answer the new child.


child: child height: value
Set the given child's height. This is done by setting its parent window's (that is, our) height.


child: child heightOffset: value
This method should not be called for instances of this class.


child: child width: value
Set the given child's width. This is done by setting its parent window's (that is, our) width.


child: child widthOffset: value
This method should not be called for instances of this class.


child: child x: value
Set the x coordinate of the given child's top-left corner. This is done by setting its parent window's (that is, our) x.


child: child xOffset: value
This method should not be called for instances of this class.


child: child y: value
Set the y coordinate of the given child's top-left corner. This is done by setting its parent window's (that is, our) y.


child: child yOffset: value
This method should not be called for instances of this class.


heightChild: child
Answer the given child's height, which is the height that was imposed on the popup window.


widthChild: child
Answer the given child's width in pixels, which is the width that was imposed on the popup window.


xChild: child
Answer the x coordinate of the given child's top-left corner, which is desumed by the position of the popup window.


yChild: child
Answer the y coordinate of the given child's top-left corner, which is desumed by the position of the popup window.