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Vertical layout on Android

The KitchenSink example for vertical layout is not available on android.

Further, when I have attempted to work with the vertical layout on Android it doesn't appear to work properly.

Am I missing something or is this not implemented yet?

— asked March 23rd 2010 by Vinh Bui

4 Answers

  • Android does the vertical layout stuff automaticly in my case, no need to declare anything. Just press ctrl+F12 and it automaticly switches

    — answered March 24th 2010 by Glenn Tillemans
  • What I mean by 'vertical' layout is window.layout='vertical'. This sets up the positioning of elements as relative instead of fixed position. The example in Kitchen Sink doesn't load on the Android which is why I think this is not available.

    Is anyone able to confirm this for me?

    — answered March 24th 2010 by Vinh Bui
  • Hi all!, i was testing this and i think that i find a solution.
    If u write something like: self.layout = 'vertical'; or self.setLayout('vertical'); it doesn't work
    You must put the attribute layout:'vertical' when create the window, only works then.

    — answered April 26th 2012 by Guille Terrasa
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