Re: [NTLK] A couple of programming questions

From: Laurent Daudelin (
Date: Thu Jun 20 2002 - 17:28:33 EDT

On 20/06/02 17:19, "Jim Anderson" <> wrote:

> I've got a couple of NewtonScript programming questions. I'm
> trying to create some stationary for Notes that is note-like -- that is,
> it sizes itself according to the amount of text in it. I can't figure
> this out. All the examples I've seen have been fixed size stationary.
> Also, it's not possible to write code that overrides slots on existing
> views that you don't own, is it? I'd like to be able to add custom
> gesture handlers to the existing Notes stationary.

The API to create a note, IIRC, lets you specify what size the note will
have. I don't really know how you can set it from the note itself or from
its stationary. Did you check the Q&A in the doc?


Laurent Daudelin                    Developer, Multifamily, ESO, Fannie Mae                   Washington, DC, USA
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