No matter what I try to do, I cannot seem to make a textbox and button be different heights when inside the same <box>. Look at the following code: <box style="min-height:100px !important;"> <textbox style="max-height:10px;"/> <button label="i am tall" style="min-height:100px;"/> </box> What should be happening is the box should be 100px in height with a 10px high textbox on the left and a 100px high button on the right. What I end up getting is a box that is 10px high with all of it's children also 10px high.
This is not a bug. You need to read up on box-align. hbox doesn't pay any attention to height values when align is set to stretch (which is the default). If you change the value of align, then the height values will be honored.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
:) You're quite right. I had actually read that, and I thought I tried that, but I guess I was doing something very silly. Anyways, thanks!
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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