Stefan Csomor wrote:
>>I'm not sure, is this the reinvention of the wheel? Using DlgUnit sizing
>>will resize the control according to the font used. We certainly don't
>>want to set each window's font individually, it's right the opposite: we
>>set the parent, and all childs will use that font (for display and size
>>calculation) unless changed afterward.
>The situation on mac is that you set the rendering of everything that the
>control does, eg you have a smaller checkbox icon, a smaller tab size, a
>smaller scrollbar etc. font size and control rendering must go together,
>while you can explicitly change the font it is not going to provide you with
>the true mac l&f. You can set by a wxsys-option whether the default
>rendering should be normal or small.
I see. We'll have to inspect what it will really look like in the end.
>You cannot use dialog units for everything on mac anyway, as eg notebooks
>use up a lot more space than on windows, regardless of the font used. So
>only sizers can isolate from these differences.
Sigh... We'll have to check how big the discrepancies are. We use
notebooks regularly, but in a very strict way so we might be able to
handle it. I'm an explicit enemy of sizers if the dialog contents isn't
sizeable at all (33 of 36 dialogs have fixed contents, and those 3 where
hard work to resize in a sensible way)
Anyhow, it appears that we should wait until you finished your commits
to see what situation we really have to deal with.
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