3.35  pane%

Implements: area-container<%>

Implements: subarea<%>

A pane is a both a container and a containee area. It serves only as a geometry management device. A pane% cannot be hidden or disabled like a panel% object.

A pane% object has a degenerate placement strategy for managing its children; it places them all in the upper left corner and does not stretch any of them. The horizontal-pane% and vertical-pane% classes provide useful geometry management.

The grow-box-spacer-pane% is intended for use as a lightweight spacer in the bottom-right corner of a frame, rather than as a container. Under Mac OS, a grow-box-spacer-pane% has the same width and height as the grow box that is inset into the bottom-right corner of a frame. Under Windows and X, a grow-box-spacer-pane% has zero width and height. Unlike all other container types, a grow-box-spacer-pane% is unstretchable by default.

All Methods
    add-child from area-container<%>
    after-new-child from area-container<%>
    begin-container-sequence from area-container<%>
    border from area-container<%>
    change-children from area-container<%>
    container-flow-modified from area-container<%>
    container-size from area-container<%>
    delete-child from area-container<%>
    end-container-sequence from area-container<%>
    get-alignment from area-container<%>
    get-children from area-container<%>
    get-graphical-min-size from area<%>
    get-parent from area<%>
    get-top-level-window from area<%>
    horiz-margin from subarea<%>
    min-height from area<%>
    min-width from area<%>
    place-children from area-container<%>
    reflow-container from area-container<%>
    set-alignment from area-container<%>
    spacing from area-container<%>
    stretchable-height from area<%>
    stretchable-width from area<%>
    vert-margin from subarea<%>