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    what's the difference

    I'm just not understanding....

    What's the difference between 'dialog get client' and 'dialog get size' as far as the returned sizes (width and height).

    Thanks
    Sandy

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    Re: what's the difference

    Hi Sandy,

    if I am not wrong, SIZE is simply size of whole dialog as you see it on screen, including title and borders.

    CLIENT is just area, where buttons can be placed.


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    Re: what's the difference

    Thanks. That makes it easy to understand. Now I've got it.

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    Sandy

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    Re: what's the difference

    Petr, nice illustration. Starting out with controls and forms, it is confusing what all the parts are and sizing features.
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