How to use [ui Var].frame properly
NewbieCoder last edited by ccc
Im a noob and im not really sure how to use the ui.frame command correctly to assign where a button will be located. Here is a case to show a bit further into my question...
import ui v = ui.View() v.frame = (0,0,400,400) v.name = 'test' b = ui.Button() b.title = 'My Title' b.background_color = 'white' b.border_color = 'blue' b.border_width = 1 b.corner_radius = 5 b.frame = (10,10,100,32) a = '' def tap(sender): a = sender.title print(a) b.action = tap v.add_subview(b) v.present('sheet')
ccc last edited by ccc
def tap(sender): new_frame = (sender.frame + 10, sender.frame + 10, sender.frame - 1, sender.frame - 1) sender.frame = new_frame
mikael last edited by
@NewbieCoder, your code seems to work, so what is the challenge you have?
Some key points about frame are that:
- it refers to coordinates within the parent view
boundscan be used to access parent’s internal dimensions
- root views only become full screen after being presented
flexcan be used to make the frame change as the parent view’s size changes