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Button icon positioning [message #321857] Wed, 21 May 2008 10:29 Go to next message
matspring
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Whilst upgrading my company db from 8i to 10g, I've noticed that Forms button icons are sporodically re-positioning (see attached). I've compared button properties between repositioned and non-repositioned buttons are they are identical (apart from the position and icon name). In 8i all button icons are positioned correctly

Does anyone have any ideas? Much appreciated?
Re: Button icon positioning [message #321935 is a reply to message #321857] Wed, 21 May 2008 19:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
djmartin
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Are the buttons moving or the icons on the buttons? How big are these buttons and icons? Search this forum for 'icon' for further guidance.

David
Re: Button icon positioning [message #322050 is a reply to message #321935] Thu, 22 May 2008 05:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
matspring
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Ok I think the attached screen print will help highlight my problem

The toolbar is contained in a object library that and is used by all of our forms (therefore the problem exists in all forms!)

There are no differences between the icons that have 'shifted up' and the ones that are central, apart from x-position, label, icon filename, tooltip

Any help appreciated
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Re: Button icon positioning [message #322713 is a reply to message #322050] Mon, 26 May 2008 01:00 Go to previous message
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Let's take two icons - 'cancel query' and the one to its right which I will call '1-2-3'.

Please open these two icons and tell us their height in pixels, width in pixels, origin (top left) or (bottom left). Then go to their property sheets and tell us their 'X position', 'Y position', 'Width', and 'Height'. Then select the two items at the same time and see which properties have '*****' indicating that the two items are 'different' for this property.

David
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