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Douglas Hoppes Feb 22, 2011 - 9:05 AM

Hi all,

I’m not sure if Prof-uis has something that will do this, but be good to ask before I start writing a lot of code.

I’m looking for a set of controls that would help with an image gallery view. Essentially, I have a window that would have a number of thumbnail images on it. If all of the thumbnails can’t be shown, then there is a scrollbar to allow the user to view the unshown thumbnails. As the user resizes the window, then more thumbnails are shown (horizontally or vertically, depending on the resizing). Also, the user can drag-and-drop the images to new locations in this view.

In essence, for those who are familiar with the iPad, I would like to have a window that would move images like a user can move the icons on the iPad.

Is there anything in Prof-ui that can help with this?


Technical Support Feb 26, 2011 - 7:02 AM

The iPad’s image browser is a specific kind of control for specific tasks. It can be coded using the list view common control. If all the image thumbnails have an equal size, you can use a Prof-UIS grid forthat. But, unfortunately, we don’t have such a ready to use control.