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For example, Figure 11-3 shows what the default Flow Layout settings produce using a simple Rectangle that can accept children Rectangles When the Vertical property is set to true, the children are added vertically, not horizontally, as shown
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When changing the Force Single Line property to true, the generated orgeclipsedraw2dToolbarLayout causes the elements to shrink as more are added so that they fit on a single row Note that they will not shrink below their Minimum Size property, if set Setting the Major Alignment property to CENTER instead of the default BEGINNING (top/left) for Major Alignment centers the inner elements either horizontally or vertically, depending on the Vertical setting No difference exists between CENTER and FILL; both generate code that uses FlowLayout ALIGN_CENTER
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A Stack Layout causes elements to be added on top of one another, in the order they are added This works well with one element to center it in another, as was the case with our Topic and Task labels in the mindmap and scenario diagrams, respectively
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XY Layout XY Layout enables you to place an element wherever you want A diagram canvas typically has an XY Layout, as does the rectangle in Figure 11-4 where three
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locations: top, bottom, left, right, and center In terms of GMF graphical definition properties, the values in Table 11-4 correspond to these options
Table 11-4 Border Layout Properties Alignment CENTER BEGINNING END BEGINNING END Vertical true | false true true false false
Border Layout Data CENTER TOP BOTTOM LEFT RIGHT
In Figure 11-5, a Border Layout is used on the outer rectangle, which also has a margin border to provide spacing between its outer edge and the inner elements Additional rectangles are added to the top, bottom, left, and right locations A rectangle is also added in the center position and has a compound border to achieve the (outer) margin border and (inner) line border Each of these rectangles has child Border Layout Data elements with alignment and vertical property settings
Figure 11-5
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Grid Layout
The Grid Layout is a powerful layout, although with additional complexity required to configure Each figure added to a parent that uses Grid Layout provides its own Grid Layout Data The Grid Layout itself has just two
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properties: Equal Width and Num Columns The first indicates whether the columns in the grid are of equal width The second determines the number of columns When figures are added to a grid layout, they are laid out in columns, with new rows being added when this number is met Grid Layout Data elements have a number of properties, summarized in Table 11-5
Table 11-5 Property Grab Excess Horizontal Space Grab Excess Vertical Space Horizontal Alignment Grid Layout Properties Values true | false true | false Description Determines whether the cell should be widened to fit the remaining space Default is false Determines whether the cell should be made tall enough to fit the remaining space Default is false Determines how a figure is positioned horizontally within a cell Default is CENTER Note that in horizontal alignment, BEGINNING is LEFT and END is RIGHT FILL resizes the figure Specifies the number of pixels of indentation on the left side of the cell Default is 0 Specifies the number of column cells that the figure will occupy Default is 1 Determines how a figure is positioned vertically within a cell Default is CENTER Note that in vertical alignment, BEGINNING is TOP and END is BOTTOM FILL resizes the figure Determines the number of row cells that the figure will occupy Default is 1
BEGINNING | CENTER | END | FILL
Horizontal Indent Horizontal Span Vertical Alignment
Integer Integer BEGINNING | CENTER | END | FILL Integer
Vertical Span
Figure 11-6 is an example of using Grid Layout to arrange figures within a rectangle In this example, four figures are arranged using grid data elements within a rectangle that uses grid layout settings equal width = true, number of columns = 2, as follows:
The hollow circle uses horizontal and vertical alignment of END, with horizontal span = 2 As you can see, it s situated at the bottom right of the top row