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Thread: float based layout manager?

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    Default float based layout manager?

    are there any layout managers out there that can set up the layout based on which fractional position of the window it takes up? or at least convert absolute coordinates into fractions? also, if i got one or wrote my own, how would i get it to work with Window Builder Pro? i've tried all the layout managers, and my components all stay the same size when i resize my window.

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    Default Re: float based layout manager?

    I'm not sure about fractional, but best layout manager I can personally think of is GridBagLayout, where you define locations based on x-y coordinates.

    I believe the reason for:
    "my components all stay the same size when i resize my window."

    is because components are being placed in absolute positions(fixed) instead of relative(which would require some calculations.

    Sorry I can't be more helpful.

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